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Lion Football 2013 ►

Southeastern finished off a 5-6 season in 2012 with a 35-16 victory over Nicholls State in the annual River Bell Classic. The win was the fifth in Southland Conference play for Southeastern, matching the Lions’ best league win total since 1978.

Media Information 1 2-3 4 5

65 Southland Conference Standings/Statistics 66-68 Southland Conference Statistics 69 SLC Composite Schedule/2012 All-Conference 70-73 2012 Game-By-Game Recaps

Table of Contents Media Information/Media Relations Staff Media Outlets Media Relations Staff, Quick Facts

The Records

2013 Preview 6-7 8 9 10 11 12-15

2013 Roster Roster Breakdown/Signing Class Post-Spring Depth Chart 2013 Outlook Lions At A Glance Positional Breakdown

2013 Lions 16-38

Player Profiles

Coaching Staff 39-41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51

Head Coach Ron Roberts Greg Stevens Pete Golding E.K. Franks Brandon Lacy Chet Pobolish Travis Mikel Karl Scott Sean O’Sullivan Support Staff Division I FCS

2013 Opponents 52 53 54 55 56 57 58

Southeast Missouri/TCU South Dakota State/Samford Incarnate Word/Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State/Lamar McNeese State/Central Arkansas Sam Houston State/Nicholls State Final FCS National Polls/2012 FCS Playoffs

2012 Review 59 60-61 62 63 64

2012 Final Results/Team Statistics 2012 Final Individual Statistics 2012 Defensive/Red Zone Statistics 2012 Game Superlatives Game-By-Game Lineups/By The Numbers

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74 2012 Individual Honors 75 2012 Team Honors/Team Captains/MVPs 76-77 All-Americans 78-79 Rushing Records 80-81 Passing Records 82-83 Receiving Records 84 Yardage Records 85 Scoring Records 86 Kicking Records 87 Punting Records 88-89 Punt/Kick Return Records 90-91 Defensive Records 92 Miscellaneous Records 93-96 Year-By-Year Results 97 All-Time Opponent Records/Future Schedules 98-101 All-Time Results vs. Opponents 102-107 All-Time Roster 108-114 Southeastern Football History

The Traditions

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Editor Matt Sullivan Layout and Design Matt Sullivan, Kemmler Chapple, Damon Sunde Cover design Matt Sullivan Cover photography Randy Bergeron Research Larry Hymel

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Randy Bergeron, Claude Levet, Matt Sullivan, Southeastern Louisiana Archives, Rick Yeatts, National Football League, New Orleans Metropolitan Convention and Visitors Bureau, Louisiana Department of Culture, Recreation & Tourism, Baton Rouge Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, Delta State University, Tangipahoa Parish Convention and Visitor's Bureau.

Printing Champion Graphics - Baton Rouge, La.

This Is Southeastern

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Credits

Photography

115 Alma Mater/Fight Song/Spirit Groups 115 Traditions 116 Gameday at Southeastern 117 Retired Numbers 118-119 Perfect Seasons (1946 and 1954) 120 The Return of the Lions (2003) 121 The River Bell Classic 122-123 Players in the Pros 124 Southeastern Athletic Hall of Fame

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140 CHAMPS/Lifeskills 141 Academic Success 142 Academic All-Americans 143 Athletic History 144 All-Time Conference Championships 145 FCS National Championship Game 146-147 Southland Conference 148 Lions In The Community 149 Hammond, Louisiana 150 Tangipahoa Parish 151 The State of Louisiana 152 University Administration 153 Athletic Administration 154 Athletic Department Staff 155 Athletic Department Staff Directory 156 The Lion Athletics Association

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This is Southeastern Prominent Alumni University Facilities Athletic Facilities Strawberry Stadium Hall of Champions Football Facilities Athletic Training Sport Performance

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Media Policies

Southeastern Louisiana

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he Southeastern Louisiana University football team and the Southeastern Athletic Media Relations Office wish to thank you for your interest and coverage of the 2013 Lions. This publication is designed to assist you in your coverage of Southeastern Football. Please feel free to contact the Southeastern Athletic Media Relations Office for any additional information. The Southeastern Athletic Media Relations Office is located on the second floor of West Strawberry Stadium, rooms 201-204. Mailing Address: Southeastern Athletic Media Relations Office SLU 10309 Hammond, LA 70402 Phone: (985) 549-2142

Credentials

Credentials for Southeastern home games are issued for working media only and should be requested as early as possible due to space limitations. All members of the media must request credentials in writing through Matt Sullivan, Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations. Requests are honored from sports editors of daily newspapers and sports directors of television and radio stations. Requests from individuals not employed by a media outlet will not be considered. **Spouses, dates, non-workers and anyone under 18 years of age are not permitted in the working press area.

Entrance

The Strawberry Stadium media entrance is located on the fourth floor of the Parking Garage connecting to the stadium. Media members can enter via the elevators or the stairwells located on the south end of the parking deck. Field level access as well is available from these locations. Media Will Call, located at the Ticket Window of the Dugas Center for Southeastern Athletics, will open 90 minutes prior to kickoff.

Postgame

Southeastern provides equal access to all members of the working media. At home games, Coach Roberts will hold a postgame press conference in the Billups Room located on the southwest corner of Strawberry Stadium. Requests for player interviews should be made to Assistant AD for Media Relations Matt Sullivan or the opponent SID no later than the four-minute mark of the fourth quarter. Southeastern players will be brought to the interview room for interviews. The opponent’s coach will be available either on the field or outside the visitor’s locker room, located on the northwest corner of Strawberry Stadium, at the discretion of the visiting SID.

Press Area

This area is reserved for print media and statistical operations. Fax and copy service is available. Several phones are available for media use on a first-come, first-serve basis. Ethernet lines, along with wireless internet, are also available for filing for both photo and print use.

Southeastern follows NCAA rules regarding media representatives on the sidelines. Photographers are not permitted to shoot between the 25-yard lines (team areas) and must wear credentials at all times. Access to and from the north and south ends of the field will be a monitored area to the rear of the team area closest to the stadium. No one under 18 years of age will be issued photo credentials for sideline access.

Press Luncheon

Southeastern will host a weekly press luncheon each week during the season. The luncheon is scheduled on Tuesdays at noon in the Victory Club, located on the fifth floor of Strawberry Stadium. Lunch will begin at noon with head coach Ron Roberts addressing the media at 12:15 p.m. Parking for media members is available on the top level of the adjacent parking garage or in the Visitor’s parking spaces in front of the Dugas Center for Southeastern Athletics. Depending on class schedules, selected players will be available during each weekly session. For player requests, please contact a member of the Southeastern Media Relations Staff at least 24 hours in advance.

Press Box Services

Individual and team statistics, play-by-play and game facts will be distributed to members of the working media. Press kits are provided 90 minutes prior to kickoff, or earlier upon request. Press kits include program, flip card, updated statistics for each team, Southland Conference stats and gameday notes. A pregame meal will be served beginning 90 minutes before kickoff. Soft drinks and bottled water will be available throughout the game.

Southland Coaches Teleconference

Starting Aug. 27 and running each Tuesday through Nov. 19, the Southland Conference will host a coaches conference call each week during the season (beginning at 10:30 a.m.) in an effort to assist media members. Contact a member of the Southeastern Media Relations Office for call-in information.

Professional Scouts

Space limitations will determine the issuance of credentials to scouts of professional football teams. Tickets may be made available to pro scouts in lieu of credentials. Requests for tickets should be made well in advance of the game to guarantee availability and should be requested through the Southeastern Athletic Media Relations Office.

The weekly schedule is as follows: Todd Lamb (Southland Notes)......................10:30 a.m. Clint Conque (Central Arkansas).................10:35 a.m. Ray Woodard (Lamar) .....................................10:41 a.m. Charlie Stubbs (Nicholls State).....................10:47 a.m. Matt Viator (McNeese State).........................10:53 a.m. Jay Thomas (NW State)...................................10:59 a.m. Willie Fritz (Sam Houston State)..................11:05 a.m. Ron Roberts (Southeastern La.)..... 11:11 a.m. J.C. Harper (Stephen F. Austin).......................11:17 a.m.

Interviews

Parking

Media parking is located at the top of the Parking Garage (4th floor) on the west side of Strawberry  Stadium. Due to space limitations, requests for parking should be made with the credential request. Although every effort will be made, it should not be assumed that parking passes will be issued with credentials.

Satellite Truck Access

Media outlets requesting satellite truck access must request such in advance through Matt Sullivan in the Southeastern Athletic Media Relations Office. Trucks must be in place at least three hours prior to kickoff and only the trucks will be allowed in the area. Parking credentials in the media lot will be issued to other necessary accompanying vehicles.

Photo Deck

The Strawberry Stadium photo deck is located on

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for brief interviews if requested. Please coordinate with the Media Relations staff person in attendance.

Sidelines

Overnight Mailing Address: Southeastern Athletic Media Relations Office c/o Southeastern Athletics 800 Galloway Dr. Hammond, LA 70402

the roof of the press box located on the west side of the stadium. The deck area accommodates coaches’ film crews and network television. Due to the lack of space on the deck, no video cameras other than those previously listed in this section will be permitted access. Only those with appropriate passes will be allowed access.

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Interviews with Ron Roberts or any assistant Southeastern football coach should be coordinated through Assistant AD for Media Relations Matt Sullivan. Interviews with players must be coordinated through Associate Director of Media Relations Kemmler Chapple at least one day in advance to minimize demands on the student-athlete’s time. No player interviews will be conducted on Monday or beginning Wednesday evening (6 p.m.) during game week (Tuesday for Thursday games) Phone interviews must also be coordinated through the Athletic Media Relations Office with the requested player returning the call at an agreed upon time from the Athletic Media Relations Office. Keep in mind, team locker rooms are off limits to media representatives at all times. Interviews during practice are strictly prohibited. Southeastern football practices are open to the public and the media is welcome to attend. Following each practice, Coach Roberts and players will be available

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Media Information

Lion Football 2013

Game Week Media Schedule

Southeastern Louisiana Athletic Media Relations Monday

Noon • Weekly release, notes, depth chart and stats will be posted on lionsports.net, and released via e-mail. 7 p.m. •  Coach Roberts’ Radio Show from Tope La’ in downtown Hammond on KSLU-FM (90.9) and on www.LionSports.net

Kemmler Chapple

Matt Sullivan

Tuesday

Damon Sunde

Associate Director for Media Relations

Assistant Director for Media Relations

Office Phone . . . . . (985) 549-2142 Mobile Phone . . . . . (985) 981-0009 E-mail . . . . . . rsullivan@southeastern.edu

Office Phone . . . . . (985) 549-3221 Mobile Phone . . . . . (985) 974-5466 E-mail . . . . . kchapple@southeastern.edu

Office Phone . . . . . (985) 549-3774 Mobile Phone . . . . . (985) 507-9891 E-mail . damon.sunde@southeastern.edu

10:30 a.m. • Southland Conference Coaches Teleconference. Coach Roberts is scheduled to participate on the call at approximately 11:11 a.m.

Areas Covered: Football, Men’s Basketball, Golf, Hall of Fame, Administrative

Areas Covered: Soccer, Women’s Basketball, Softball, Tennis, Football (secondary)

Areas Covered: Volleyball, Baseball, Track and Field, Social Media, Football (secondary)

Noon •  Coach Roberts weekly press luncheon in the Victory Club of Strawberry Stadium

Assistant AD for Media Relations

3:30 p.m. •  Practice (OPEN to Media)

Media Information Mailing Address................................................................ SLU 10309,

Press Box Number:......................................(985) 549-2443, 2444

...............................................................................Hammond, LA 70402

Website:...............................................................www.LionSports.net

Overnight Address ..............................................800 Galloway Dr.

Facebook:....................................... www.facebook.com/sluathletics

............................................................................. Hammond, LA 70402

Twitter:.................................................www.twitter.com/sluathletics

Fax...................................................................................(985) 549-3773

YouTube:........................................... www.youtube.com/sluathletics

Entering its 23rd season, the Southeastern Sports Network is a multifunctional entity controlling both the radio and television efforts of Lions Athletics. Southeastern football will be broadcast on the radio via flagship station KSLU-FM (90.9) with affiliates throughout the region. The Lions annually have games broadcast on a number of different television carriers including the Southland Conference Network Members of the Southeastern Sports Network (From left): Robbie Rhodes, Damon Sunde, Mark Willoughby and Allen Waddell and Fox Sports as well as locally on Cox Sports TV (CST), WHNOTV and the Southeastern Channel. Mark Willoughby enters his ninth season as "The Voice of the Lions" after a successful return to Southeastern in 2005. Joining Willoughby in the booth as color analyst in his second year will be Robbie Rhodes, a 2008 Southeastern graduate and former golf letterwinner. Rhodes moved to the booth after spending the past five years handling sideline duties. After seven years in the booth, Assistant Media Relations Director Damon Sunde will handle sideline duties for his second year. Sunde also serves as the voice of Lions’ baseball handling play-by-play duties of all Southeastern games as well as basketball home games for both men and women.

Post Practice Only • Coaches and Players available for interviews

Wednesday 3:30 p.m. •  Practice (OPEN to Media) Post Practice Only • Coaches and Players available for interviews

Thursday 3:30 p.m. •  Practice (No interviews pre- or post-practice) Friday TBA • Team Walk-Thru (Closed to Media) Saturday Postgame •  Coach Roberts will be available following the game in the Billups Room (located on the southwest corner of Strawberry Stadium) • Selected players will immediately follow after the mandated 10-minute “cooling off” period

WEEKLY RADIO SHOW The weekly “Ron Roberts Coaches Show,” hosted by Allen Waddell airs each Monday beginning at 7 p.m. on KSLU-FM (90.9) and on the internet at www.LionSports.net. The show is aired from Tope La Catering in downtown Hammond.

TELEVISION “The Southeastern Sports Report with Ron Roberts,” is a weekly 30-minute highlight show featuring an in-depth analysis from head coach Ron Roberts. Hosted by Allen Waddell, the show airs throughout the state of Louisiana on various stations (Cox Sports Television, WHNO, Cox 4, WSTY-TV 22 in Hammond) as well as the Southeastern Channel. Check for times and listings in your area.

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Allen Waddell and head coach Ron Roberts during the weekly Ron Roberts Coaches’ Show at Tope La in downtown Hammond

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Media Outlets

Southeastern Louisiana

Wire Service

Television

Newspaper

WAFB-TV (CBS - Ch. 9) 844 Government St. Baton Rouge, LA 70802 Phone: (225) 215-4826, 379-7876 Fax: (225) 379-7880 Sports Director: Steve Schneider Reporters: Jacques Doucet, Sharief Ishaq  E-Mail: sports@wafb.com Online: www.wafb.com

Associated Press - New Orleans 1001 Howard Ave. Suite 200-A New Orleans, LA 70113 Phone: (800) 662-7717 Fax: (504) 586-0531 Sports Editor: Brett Martel E-Mail: nrle@ap.org

Baton Rouge

Hammond Daily Star P.O. Box 1149 Hammond, LA 70404 Phone: (985) 254-7821 Fax: (985) 543-0006 Sports Editor: John Lenz E-Mail: sports@hammondstar.com Assistant Sports Editor: Mike Kiral E-Mail: sports2@hammondstar.com Online: www.hammondstar.com

WBRZ-TV (ABC - Ch. 2) 1650 Highland Rd. Baton Rouge, LA 70802 Phone: (225) 336-2360, 2361, 2362 Fax: (225) 336-2246 Sports Director: Michael Cauble E-Mail: sports@wbrz.com Reporters: Brian Echols, Brian Holland Online: www.wbrz.com

LionSports.net

Baton Rouge Advocate P.O. Box 588 Baton Rouge, LA 70821 Phone: (225) 383-1111 Fax: (225) 388-0318 Sports Editor: Joe Schiefelbein Beat Writer: Rob DeArmond E-Mail: rdearmond@theadvocate.com Online: www.2theadvocate.com

WVLA-TV (NBC - Ch. 33) 10000 Perkins Rd. Baton Rouge, LA 70810 Phone: (225) 766-3233 Fax: (225) 768-9293 Sports Director: Matt Boudreaux E-Mail: matt.boudreaux@nbc33tv.com Online: www.nbc33tv.com

Southeastern football information is available around the world, 24 hours a day on Southeastern’s official athletics website: www.LionSports.net. Live Stats for football games, updated individual and team statistics, game notes, news releases, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, access to radio broadcasts, and more is available. Additional areas to follow Southeastern athletics are on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Subscribers to Facebook can access Lion athletics at www.facebook.com/ sluathletics, members of Twitter can follow the Lions at www.twitter.com/sluathletics and you can watch videos on YouTube at www.YouTube.com/sluathletics.

New Orleans Times Picayune 3800 Howard Ave. New Orleans, LA 70140 Phone: (504) 826-3405 Fax: (504) 826-3401 Sports Editor: Doug Tatum E-Mail: sports@timespicayune.com Online: www.nola.com

New Orleans

WWL-TV (CBS - Ch. 4) 1024 N. Rampart New Orleans, LA 70016 Phone: (504) 529-6291 Fax: (504) 529-6472 Sports Director: Doug Mouton E-Mail: dmouton@wwltv.com Reporters: Juan Kindaid, Bryan Salmond Online: www.wwltv.com

Southland.org

Livingston Parish News 688 Hatchell Lane Denham Springs, LA 70726 Phone: (225) 665-5176 Fax: (225) 667-0167 Sports Editor: Sam Muffoletto E-Mail: sports@livingstonparishnews.com Online: www.livingstonparishnews.com

WDSU-TV (NBC - Ch. 6) 846 Howard Ave. New Orleans, LA 70113 Phone: (504) 679-0657 Fax: (504) 679-0733 Sports Director: Fletcher Mackel E-Mail: fmackel@hearst.com Weekend Anchor: Chris Miles Online: www.wdsu.com

Amite-Tangi Digest (Weekly) 120 NE Central Ave. Amite, LA 70422 Phone: (985) 748-7156 Fax: (985) 748-7104 Sports Editor: Deke Bellevia E-Mail: atdnews@bellsouth.net

Hammond

The Southeastern Channel SLU 12872 Hammond, LA 70402 Phone: (985) 549-2418 Fax: (985) 549-2365 General Manager: Rick Settoon E-Mail: southeasternchannel@selu.edu Online: www2.selu.edu/thesoutheasternchannel

Radio

KSLU-FM 90.9 (Flagship) SLU 783 WGNO-TV (ABC - Ch. 26) Hammond, LA 70402-0783 1 Galleria Blvd., Suite 850 Phone: (985) 549-2330 Metairie, LA 70001 Fax: (985) 549-3960 Phone: (504) 619-6331 General Manager: Todd Delaney Fax: (504) 619-6332 E-Mail: tdelaney@selu.edu Sports Director: Ed Daniels Online: www.kslu.org E-Mail: edaniels@abc26.com Weekend Anchor: Robert O’Shields WHMD-FM 107.1/WTGG-FM 96.5 Online: www.abc26.com 200 E. Thomas St. Hammond, LA 70401 WVUE-TV (FOX - Ch. 8) Phone: (985) 419-0965 1025 S. Jefferson Davis Parkway Fax: (985) 542-9377 New Orleans, LA 70125 Program Director: Richie Clark Phone: (504) 483-1527 Fax: (504) 483-1543 WWL-AM 870 Sports Director: Fred Hickman 1450 Poydras St. Reporters: Jennifer Hale, Sean Fazende, New Orleans, LA 70112 Chad Sabadie Phone: (504) 593-6376 Online: www.fox8live.com Fax: (504) 593-1850 Sports: Deke Bellevia, Bobby Hebert, WHNO-TV (Ind. - Ch. 20) Kristian Garic, Hokie Gajan 839 St. Charles Ave. Online: www.wwl.com New Orleans, LA 70130 Phone: (504) 681-0120 ESPN-FM 104.5 Fax: (504) 681-0180 929B Government St. General Manager: Dean Powery Baton Rouge, LA 70802 Sports Programming: Ken Berthelot Phone: (225) 388-9898 E-Mail: kberthelot@lesea.com Sports: Gordy Rush, Charles Hanagriff, Online: www.whno.com Matt Moscona, Jimmy Ott Online: www.1045espn.com

Lions Roar (On campus) SLU 877 Hammond, LA 70402-0877 Phone: (985) 549-3731 Fax: (985) 549-3842 E-Mail: lionsroar@selu.edu Online: www.lionsroarnews.com

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Information on all Southland Conference teams can be accessed via the world wide web at www.Southland.org. Information on media credentials for Southland Championships and media events can also be found here as well.

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Conference

The Southland Conference 2600 Network Blvd. Frisco, TX 75034 Phone: (972) 422-9500, x107 Fax: (972) 422-9225 Football contact: Todd Lamb E-Mail: tlamb@southland.org Online: www.Southland.org

National/New Media

The Sports Network 2200 Byberry Rd. Hatboro, PA 19040 Phone: (215) 441-8444 Fax: (215) 441-5767 FCS Executive Director: Craig Haley E-Mail: chaley@sportsnetwork.com Online: www.sportsnetwork.com SportsNOLA.com 839 St. Charles Ave. New Orleans, LA 70130 Phone: (504) 309-1004 Fax: (504) 309-1630 Sports Director: Ken Trahan E-Mail: trahan@sportsnola.com Online: www.sportsnola.com NOLA.com 3800 Howard Ave., New Orleans, LA 70140 Phone: (504) 299-3500 Online Editor: David Gladow E-Mail: dgladow@nola.com Online: www.nola.com

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Louisiana Network 10500 Coursey Blvd. Baton Rouge, LA 70816 Phone: (225) 291-2727 Fax: (225) 291-7539 Sports: Jeff Palermo

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Schedule/Quick Facts

Lion Football 2013

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION

2013 Schedule Date Opponent Location Aug. 29 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI (Thurs.) HAMMOND Sept. 7 at TCU Fort Worth, Texas Sept. 14 at South Dakota State Brookings, S.D. Sept. 21 at Samford Birmingham, Ala. Sept. 28 OPEN Oct. 5 INCARNATE WORD (HOF) HAMMOND Oct. 12 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN * HAMMOND Oct. 19 at Northwestern State * Natchitoches, La. Oct. 26 LAMAR * (HC) HAMMOND Nov. 2 at McNeese State * Lake Charles, La. Nov. 9 at Central Arkansas * Conway, Ark. Nov. 16 SAM HOUSTON STATE * HAMMOND Nov. 21 NICHOLLS STATE * (Thurs.) (RBC) HAMMOND

Time 7 p.m. 11 a.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m.

Nov. 30 FCS Playoffs (First Round) Dec. 7 FCS Playoffs (Second Round) Dec. 13-14 FCS Playoffs (Quarterfinals) Dec. 20-21 FCS Playoffs (Semifinals) Jan. 4, 2014 FCS Championship Game

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

Campus sites Campus sites Campus sites Campus sites Frisco, Texas

Series Record First meeting First meeting SDSU leads, 1-0 Tied, 1-1

7 p.m. First meeting 7 p.m. SFA leads 9-6-1 6 p.m. NWLA leads 29-27 7 p.m. SLU leads 5-3 7 p.m. MSU leads 22-16 7 p.m. UCA leads 5-1 3 p.m. SHSU leads 10-4 6 p.m. NICH leads 12-10 -

July 17

Green and Gold Caravan (Metairie, La.)

August 1

Players Report

August 2

First practice

July 24 Southland Conference Football Media Day L’Auberge du Lac Resort (Lake Charles)

Aug. 16

Lion Pawlooza (Hot August Night) Downtown Hammond

July 25

Green and Gold Caravan (Mandeville, La.)

Aug. 21

Classes begin

July 29

Green and Gold Caravan (Amite, La.)

Aug. 24

Southeastern Football Media Day Victory Club

July 30

Green and Gold Caravan (Baton Rouge, La.)

Aug. 29

Season opener vs. Southeast Missouri Hammond

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FOOTBALL INFORMATION

First Year of Football: 1930 First Year of Southland Football: 2005 All-Time Record, Years: 317-290-17, 63 All-Time Southland Record, Years: 19-35, 8 Southland Conference Championships, Last: None NCAA Championships Appearances, Last: None

TEAM INFORMATION

* - Southland Conference game HC - Homecoming HOF - Hall of Fame Game RBC - River Bell Classic Home games in bold caps All dates and times are subject to change; All times are Central

Dates to Remember

Location Hammond, La. Founded 1925 Enrollment 15,400 President Dr. John L. Crain NCAA Faculty Representative Dr. Joe Morris Interim Athletic Director Jay Artigues Nickname Lions Colors Green (PMS 3425) and Gold (PMS 124) Affiliation NCAA I (Football Championship Subdivision) Conference Southland Stadium (Capacity) Strawberry Stadium (7,408) Surface UBU-Speed Series-S5-M Year Opened: 1937 Record at Stadium, Years: 153-94-3 (since 1946) University Web Site www.southeastern.edu

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2012 Overall Record 5-6 2012 Southland Record (Finish) 5-2 (3rd) Starters Returning 18 Offense 8 Defense 9 Specialists 1 Starters Lost 8 Offense 3 Defense 3 Specialists 2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost 49/19 Offense 21/9 Defense 24/8 Specialists 4/2 Offensive System Multiple Defensive System 3-3-5

Coaching Staff

Head Coach Ron Roberts Alma Mater UT Martin, 1990 Record at SLU (Years) 5-6 (1) Overall Record (Years) 52-22 (6) Offensive Coordinator/QB Greg Stevens Alma Mater Eastern Oregon, 1992 Defensive Coordinator/DB Pete Golding Alma Mater Delta State, 2005 Running Backs/Assoc. Head Coach E.K. Franks Alma Mater Central Oklahoma, 2000 Defensive Line/Recruiting Brandon Lacy Alma Mater Kansas, 2003 Offensive Line Travis Mikel Alma Mater Delta State, 2007 Wide Receivers Chet Pobolish Alma Mater Emporia State, 1999 Linebackers Karl Scott Alma Mater McMurry, 2007 Tight Ends/Video Coordinator Sean O’Sullivan Alma Mater Mars Hill, 2009 Football Office Phone (985) 549-5550 Football Office Fax (985) 549-5489

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2013 Roster No. 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 11 13 14 15 15 16 16 17 18 19 19 20 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 30 31 32 33 34 36 36 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54

Name Xavier Roberson Todd Washington Kevin Harmon Rasheed Harrell Bryan Bennett Tommy Elliott Theo Alexander Kody Sutton John Graves Chris Malott Isaiah Corbett Tony McCrea Marquis Fruge’ Marice Sutton Devante Davis Kendrick Peeples Darius Hunter Denzel Thompson Paul Kopesky Jeremy Williams Eric Jenkins Jeff Smiley Jordan Barnett Matt McCormick Brody Hay Justin Posthuma Dario Robinson Marquis Hayes Ryan Noonan Tanner Wells Drew Misita Blane Arnold Tyler Stoddard Josh Dakin Trenon Trosclair Ryan Sigers Harlan Miller Darius Guy Mike Smith Cole LeBlanc Courtney Rutledge Troy Porter Jonathan Hill Kaleb Muse Darrell Green Harris Beall Tim Callian Delwin Davis Ryan Adams John Roberts Seth Sebastian Tyler Tourelle Caleb Young John Andrews A.J. Bowen Hunter Brian Taylor Jenkins Juwaan Rogers Josh Byars Brice Bishop Cqulin Hubert Toby Briggs Jonathan Braddock Brophy Hiatt

Southeastern Louisiana Pos. RB DB DB RB QB DB DB RB DB WR LB WR WR DB DB WR WR DB QB DL DB WR QB P P QB WR WR QB QB LB WR DB DB DB DB DB RB DB DB DB DB RB LB DL P K/P DB K/P LB K LB LB DL DL LB TE LB DB LS LB LB OL OL

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Name Taylor Romero Laurence Ramsey William Stream Dereck Robinson Peyton Zeringue Ryan Cockerton Tyler Abadie Marshall Paris Cory Zunker Brent Wagner Corey Boothe Geremy Wilson Travis Romero Michael Vick Duane Abney Joe Graves Taylor Cochran Jarrod Hale Gasten Gabriel Javari Nichols D.J.Williams Carl Pearson Jervinski Johnson James Donaldson Byron Johnson Chase Keller Jeremy Meyers Hunter Craven Keeland McElrath Greg Triay Ivan Abarenov Jacob Newman Justin Church Titus Charles Terangi Phifer Scott Korte Ian Ott

Pos. OL OL DL LB LS OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL DL DL OL DL OL WR WR WR WR WR TE TE DL DE DL DL LB DL DL DL DL

Ht. 6-2 6-1 6-4 5-10 5-8 6-3 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-3 5-11 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-3 6-5 6-2 6-4 6-0 6-3 6-1 6-2 6-4 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-4 6-0 5-10 6-4 6-3

Wt. 280 310 300 255 220 290 265 295 295 260 265 295 315 270 285 315 315 275 310 290 320 200 190 170 195 200 225 255 290 275 300 275 225 305 260 245 295

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Hometown Manvel,Texas Gulfport, Miss. Oakland, Calif. St. Rose, La. Hahnville, La. Kelseyville, Calif. Baton Rouge, La. Lake Charles, La. League City,Texas League City,Texas Heidelberg, Miss. Galveston,Texas Manvel,Texas Baton Rouge, La. Lancaster, Calif. Covington, La. LaPlace, La. Houston,Texas Jackson, La. Kentwood, La. Jersey City, N.J. Farmerville, La. Amite, La. Slidell, La. New Orleans, La. St.Amant, La. Baton Rouge, La. Liberty Hill,Texas Ripley,Tenn. Upland, Calif. Glendale, Calif. Visalia, Calif. Mandeville, La. New Orleans, La. Slidell, La. Mandeville, La. Marrero, La.

Previous School/High School Manvel HS Mississippi Gulf Coast CC/Gulfport HS Laney College/Castlemont HS Destrehan HS Hahnville HS Diablo Valley College/Kelseyville HS Central HS Sam Houston HS Clear Creek HS/Southern Arkansas Clear Creek HS Heidelberg Academy Ball HS Manvel HS Broadmoor HS Antelope Valley College/Lancaster HS Covington HS St. Charles Catholic HS Westfield HS West Feliciana HS Kentwood HS Garden City CC/James Farris HS Farmerville HS Amite HS Slidell HS Zachary HS St.Amant HS St. Michael’s HS Liberty Hill HS Coahoma CC/Ripley HS Citrus CC/Upland HS Glendale College/Hoover HS College of the Sequoias/El Diamante HS Fontainebleau HS Edna Karr HS Northshore HS Fontainebleau HS Archbishop Shaw HS

Pronunciation Guide PLAYERS 92 Ivan Abarenov . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Uh-bare-uh-nov 36 Tim Callian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cal-e-in 24 Josh Dakin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Day-kin 7 Marquis Fruge’ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Froo-zjay 74 Jarrod Hale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Juh-rod 51 Cqulin Hubert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Q-lin 82 Jervinski Johnson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jur-vin-skee 10 Paul Kopesky . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kuh-pess-key 98 Scott Korte . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Court 30 Cole LeBlanc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Luh-blahn 5 Chris Malott . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Muh-lot 6 Tony McCrea . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mc-cray 27 Harlan Miller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Har-lun 20 Drew Misita . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Muh-see-tuh 97 Terangi Phifer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ter-angie Phi-fer 16 Justin Posthuma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Post-hew-muh 58 Dereck Robinson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Derr-ick 48 Juwaan Rogers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ju-wahn 55 Taylor Romero . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Row-mare-o 68 Travis Romero . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Row-mare-o 7 Marice Sutton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mar-eece 42 Tyler Tourelle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Too-rell 25 Trenon Trosclair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tross-clair 91 Greg Triay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Try-ay 59 Payton Zeringue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Zer-rang

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Roster Breakdown Louisiana (49)

Southeastern Louisiana Other States California (13)

Laplace Taylor Cochran

Amite Josh Byars Jervinski Johnson Drew Misita Juwaan Rogers

Baton Rouge Tyler Abadie Blane Arnold Hunter Brian Devante Davis Taylor Jenkins Jeremy Meyers John Roberts Michael Vick

Lutcher Todd Washington

COMPTON Tommy Elliott John Graves

Mandeville Justin Church Scott Korte

encino Bryan Bennett

Covington Joe Graves Matt McCormick Tyler Tourelle

eunice Trenon Trosclair

Ponchatoula Brody Hay Kaleb Muse

palmdale Mike Smith

Farmerville Carl Pearson

St. Amant Chase Keller

Hahnville Peyton Zeringue

St. Rose Dereck Robinson

Hammond Harris Beall

Shreveport Jordan Barnett

Jackson Gasten Gabriel

slidell Josh Dakin James Donaldson Terangi Phifer Courtney Rutledge

Kentwood Harlan Miller Javari Nichols Lafayette Seth Sebastian

GALVESTON Geremy Wilson

Mississippi (7)

HOUSTON Marquise Fruge’ Jarrod Hale Cqulin Hubert Jeremy Williams Caleb Young katy Ryan Sigers LEAGUE CITY Brent Wagner Cory Zunker

HEIDELBERG Corey Boothe IRWINTON Tony McCrea

UPLAND Greg Triay

LIBERTY HILL Brice Bishop Hunter Craven

olive branch A.J. Bowen

VISALIA Brophy Hiatt Jacob Newman

MANVEL Taylor Romero Travis Romero

ripley Jonathan Braddock

prosper Darius Hunter

Missouri (1)

Florida (3)

ST. LOUIS Theo Alexander

belle glade Isaiah Corbett

round rock John Andrews

New Jersey (1)

CLEARWATER Denzel Thompson

SPRING Paul Kopesky

JERSEY CITY D.J. Williams

miami Rasheed Harrell

texarkana Kody Sutton

Ohio (1)

DAYTON Ryan Adams

2013 Southeastern Football Signees (* - Midyear Signees) Pos. OL OL DL LB LB DL DL LB DL RB K/P OL WR DL DL WR WR OL DB DB DB OL

DETROIT Kevin Harmon

diamondhead Ryan Noonan

Lake Charles Marshall Paris

Name Tyler Abadie Duane Abney A.J. Bowen Hunter Brian Toby Briggs Titus Charles Taylor Cochran Isaiah Corbett Emanuel Dayries Darius Guy Brody Hay Daniel Henderson Jervenski Johnson Keeland McElrath Javari Nichols Kendrick Peeples Dario Robinson Travis Romero Ryan Sigers Mike Smith Trenon Trosclair D.J.Williams

FLOWER MOUND Jeff Smiley

brookhaven Marquis Hays

pasadena Justin Posthuma

Westlake Tyler Stoddard

austin Darrell Green

amory Dario Robinson

lancaster Duane Abney oakland William Stream

Texas (20)

Michigan (1)

kelseyville Ryan Cockerton

pineville Toby Briggs

Denham Springs Cole LeBlanc Tanner Wells

mableton Kendrick Peeples

RIPLEY Keeland McElrath

IRWINTON Tony McCrea

irvine Tim Callian

New Orleans Titus Charles Jonathan Hill Eric Jenkins Byron Johnson Troy Porter Marice Sutton

Tennessee (1)

ATLANTA Xavier Roberson

GLENDALE Ivan Abarenov

Marrero Delwin Davis Ian Ott

Georgia (3)

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Hometown (High School/JC) Baton Rouge, La. (Central HS) Lancaster, Calif. (Antelope Valley College/Lancaster HS) Olive Branch, Miss. (Copiah-Lincoln CC/Centerhill HS) Baton Rouge, La. (Parkview Baptist School) Pineville, La. (Pineville HS) New Orleans, La. (Edna Karr HS) LaPlace, La. (St. Charles Catholic HS) Belle Glade, Fla. (Coahoma CC/Glade Central HS) New Orleans, La. (O. Perry Walker HS) Tunica, Miss. (Copiah-Lincoln CC/Rosa Fort HS) Ponchatoula, La. (Ponchatoula HS) Amite, La. (Oak Forest Academy) Amite, La. (Amite HS) Ripley,Tenn. (Coahoma CC/Ripley HS) Kentwood, La. (Kentwood HS) Mableton, Ga. (Reedley College/Pebblebrook HS) Amory, Miss. (Amory HS) Manvel,Texas (Manvel HS) Katy,Texas (Seven Lakes HS) Palmdale, Calif. (Antelope Valley College/Antelope Valley HS) Eunice, La. (Eunice HS) Jersey City, N.J. (Garden City CC/James Ferris HS)

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6 Tony McCrea 18 Marquis Hayes

5-10 175 Sr. 5-9 175 Jr.

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6-5 310 Sr. 6-5 320 Jr.

6-2 275 Sr. 6-4 300 Jr.

67 Geremy Wilson 71 Joe Graves

6-3 295 Sr. 6-2 315 So.

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6-2 295 Sr. 6-3 290 Jr.

NG 91 Greg Triay 57 William Stream RDE 11 Jeremy Williams 44 John Andrews LOLB 6 Isaiah Corbett 95 Justin Church

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56 Laurence Ramsey 55 Taylor Romero

6-1 310 Jr. 6-2 280 R-Fr.

MLB 51 Cqulin Hubert 20 Drew Misita

6-1 250 Sr. 6-1 235 Jr.

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65 Corey Boothe 53 Jonathan Braddock

6-3 265 Jr. 6-4 275 Jr.

ROLB 33 Kaleb Muse 58 Dereck Robinson

6-0 250 Jr. 5-10 255 So.

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6-3 235 So. 6-2 225 Jr.

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6-5 220 Jr. 5-7 175 So.

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6-3 205 Jr. 6-3 205 Jr.

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6-2 205 Jr. 6-4 205 Sr.

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6-0 200 Sr. 6-2 200 So.

RCB

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WR (F)

14 Jeff Smiley 18 Marquis Hayes

5-9 175 So. 5-9 175 Jr.

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6-0 200 Sr. 6-4 175 Jr.

LS (Punt) 50 Brice Bishop 59 Peyton Zeringue

6-4 205 R-Fr. 5-8 220 Jr.

LS (PAT/FG) 50 Brice Bishop 59 Peyton Zeringue

6-4 205 R-Fr. 5-8 220 Jr.

HOLD 15 Jordan Barnett 10 Paul Kopesky

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2013 Outlook

Lions Look To Take Next Step After Exciting 2012 Campaign

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After serving as the backup quarterback the past two seasons at Oregon, Bryan Bennett looks to lead Southeastern beginning with its Aug. 29 opener against Southeast Missouri.

Offensive Starters Returning (8) Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. Corey Boothe OL 6-3 270 Jr. Gasten Gabriel OL 6-5 300 Sr. Taylor Jenkins TE 6-3 230 So. Chris Malott WR 6-5 215 Jr. Tony McCrea WR 5-10 175 Sr. Jeremy Meyers TE 6-2 225 Jr. Marshall Paris OL 6-2 280 Sr. Geremy Wilson OL 6-3 305 Sr.

2012 Stats/Notes Started 11 games at RG Started 11 games at LT; 2nd-Team All-Southland Conference Started 9 games; 3 receptions, 1 TD 10 receptions, 14.2 avg. Team leader in receptions (28), receiving yards (401) Fourth in receptions (21); team leader in TD receptions (3); Started 11 games at C Started 11 games at LG

Defensive Starters Returning (9) Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. Theo Alexander DB 6-4 200 Sr. John Graves DB 6-0 195 Sr. Cqulin Hubert LB 6-1 250 Sr. Kaleb Muse LB 6-0 250 Jr. Tyler Stoddard DB 6-2 200 Jr. Marice Sutton DB 5-10 180 Jr. Greg Triay DE 6-2 270 Sr. Todd Washington DB 6-0 180 Sr. Jeremy Williams DE 6-1 285 Sr.

2012 Stats/Notes 53 tackles, 5 PBU, 1 blocked kick 70 tackles, 2.0 TFL, 3 PBU, 1 FR 60 tackles, 9.5 TFL, 2 FR 80 tackles, 5.0 TFL, 2 sacks, 1 INT, 1 PBU, 2 FF 63 tackles, 4.5 TFL, 1 sack, 2 INT, 2 PBU 57 tackles, 2.0 TFL, 1 INT, 4 PBU 27 tackles, 3.0 TFL, 1 sack 27 tackles, 2.0 TFL, 1 INT, 9 PBU 22 tackles, 2.0 TFL

Specialists Returing (4) Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. 2012 Stats/Notes Ryan Adams K 6-1 205 Jr. 61.4 yards on kickoffs, 10 TB Matt McCormick P 6-0 200 Sr. Reserve in 2012; averaged 41.5 yards in 2011 Seth Sebastian K 5-10 185 Sr. 23-24 PAT, 6-14 FG, Long 49 Xavier Roberson KR/RB 5-9 180 So. 33.3 yards on kick returns, 2 TDs, Long 96; 2nd-Team All-Southland Conference; Team leader in rushing (488) and rushing TDs (4); 4.6 YPC Other Key Returners Name Pos. Ht. Justin Church LB 6-4 Josh Dakin DB 6-0 Marquis Fruge' WR 6-0 Rasheed Harrell RB 5-10 Drew Misita LB 6-1 Carl Pearson WR 6-2 Jeff Smiley WR 5-9

Safety John Graves started 10 games in his first season with the Lions and finished second overall in tackles (70) while leading the team in unassisted stops (54).

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2012 Stats/Notes 10 tackles, 2.0 TFL, 2 sacks 15 tackles, 1 FF 24 receptions, 14.0 avg. Second-leading rusher (387), 5.2 YPC 43 tackles, 4.0 TFL, 2 sacks, 1 INT Missed 2012 season; 17 receptions, 1 TD in 2011 21 receptions, 2 TDs; 19.8 kick return avg.

Key Losses (* indicates starter in 2012) Name Pos. 2012 Stats/Notes Robert Alford * DB All-American, CSJ FCS Defensive Player of the Year, Second round pick by Atlanta Falcons Beau Mothe * P 43.5 avg., Long 60, 10 FC, 13 50+ yards Tramaine Lucas * DL 32 tackles, 6.0 TFL, 2 sacks Nathan Stanley * QB 1,952 yards passing, 9 TDs; FA signee with Baltimore Ravens Devan Walker * LB Second-Team All-Southland Conference; FA signee with San Diego Chargers Key NEWCOMERS Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Bryan Bennett QB 6-2 205 Devante Davis DB 5-11 170 Jacob Newman DL 6-2 275 Laurence Ramsey OL 6-1 310 Kody Sutton RB 5-8 195 Preseason All-America Candidates OL Gasten Gabriel, DB Todd Washington

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Hometown (Previous School) Encino, Calif. (Oregon) Baton Rouge, La. (North Texas) Visalia, Calif. (College of the Sequoias) Gulfport, Miss. (Mississippi Gulf Coast CC) Texarkana, Texas (Wyoming)

Preseason All-Conference Honors Candidates QB Bryan Bennett, OL Gasten Gabriel, DB John Graves, RB Rasheed Harrell, LB Cqulin Hubert, WR Tony McCrea, TE Jeremy Meyers, LB Kaleb Muse, OL Marshall Paris, RB/KR Xavier Roberson, K Seth Sebastian, DB Tyler Stoddard, DB Todd Washington

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Positional Breakdown

Southeastern Louisiana

QB 3 Bryan Bennett (6-3, 205, Jr.) 15 Jordan Barnett (6-3, 205, Jr.)

Quarterbacks As the 2013 season approaches, the expectations for the Southeastern Louisiana football program have never been higher. One of the primary factors that has the Lion Nation optimistic is the new quarterback, who comes to Hammond with an impressive resume. With 2012 seniors Brian Young and Nathan Stanley exhausting their eligibility, the Lions will have their third opening day starting quarterback in as many seasons when they host Southeast Missouri on Aug. 29 to open the 2013 season. Heading into the offseason, Southeastern head coach Ron Roberts had a huge need under center, as the lone quarterback with any experience was junior Jordan Barnett, who had completed his only two passes as a Lion.

In Southeastern’s 42-27 win over Stephen F. Austin, both Roberson (21 carries, 117 yards, 2 TD) and Harrell (20 carries, 151 yards, 1 TD) topped the 100-yard mark. The pair followed that with 161 rushing yards and two scores in the 35-16 victory at Nicholls State in the season finale.

“Bryan is a dual-threat guy who is a tremendous athlete and has a great arm,” Roberts said. “The biggest thing that we need from him will be making the right decisions throughout the process of a game. So much of a quarterback’s ability is mental. He’s still developing those things and he hasn’t had a whole lot of experience. He had a really good spring for us and I’m real excited about what he can do for us in the fall.”

The Lion rushing attack will also be bolstered by the additions of newcomers Kody Sutton and Darius Guy. Sutton comes to Hammond after playing his freshman season at Wyoming, while Guy had 863 rushing yards and nine touchdowns last year at Copiah-Lincoln Community College. Roberts has faith in his running back corps’ ability to be productive.

Behind Bennett on the depth chart is Barnett, who has seen his playing time limited by injuries. Healthy for the first spring since 2011, the Shreveport product has the faith of the coaching staff and his teammates if he’s called into duty.

“I think we have four talented running backs and I am interested in seeing the competition in fall camp,” Roberts said. “Xavier and Rasheed have already got it done here, so we know what they can do. We want to see who’s going to be ‘the guy’. If it ends up being four guys playing, then we’re fine with that. We’re going to have find ways to get all four of these talented players on the football field.”

“Jordan’s a guy that has a good arm, a good head on his shoulders and is a tough competitor,” Roberts said. “But this spring was the first time he’s taken significant snaps in two years because of injuries that forced him to miss spring ball in 2012.”

RB 2 Rasheed Harrell (5-10, 185, So.) 1 Xavier Roberson (5-9, 180, So.) FB 87 Jeremy Meyers (6-2, 225, Jr.) 32 Jonathan Hill (5-11, 195, So.)

Running Backs Southeastern will continue to feature a balanced attack and appear to have a deep stable of running backs ready to make an impact.

▲Jordan Barnett Enter Bryan Bennett, who joins the program after spending his first two collegiate seasons at Oregon. During his time in Eugene, the Encino, Calif. native saw action in 18 games as a reserve quarterback for a Duck squad that earned Fiesta Bowl and Rose Bowl wins in the last two seasons. He rushed for six touchdowns as a sophomore for the No. 2 ranked team in the final Football Bowl Subdivision national poll and tossed six scores as a redshirt freshman. Boasting speed, athleticism and a strong arm, Bennett and his ability as a dual-threat quarterback is expected to add a wrinkle to the Lion attack. Roberts and offensive coordinator Greg Stevens are excited to be able to make use of Bennett’s prodigious talents.

The need for depth in the backfield was evident in 2012, as injuries forced a pair of true freshmen to carry the load. Xavier Roberson and Rasheed Harrell were equal to the task and keyed Southeastern’s 5-2 finish in Southland Conference play. All signs point to Roberson and Harrell providing increased production in 2013. The Lion duo took over in the second half of the season, as both Harrell (376 rushing yards, three touchdowns) and Roberson (488 rushing yards, 4 TD) started to thrive down the stretch as they became more comfortable with the Southeastern attack.

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Lion Football 2013 WR (X) 6 Tony McCrea (5-10, 175, Sr.) 18 Marquis Hayes (5-9, 175, Jr.)

“We really want some to step up and say ‘I’m the guy’ this fall,” Roberts said. “I thought the closest thing we had to that in the spring was Chris. I think he and Marquis Fruge’ separated themselves from the pack.

WR (Z) 5 Chris Malott (6-5, 220, Jr.) 22 Blane Arnold (5-7, 175, So.)

“We have a lot of depth with Tony and Jeff returning, plus Blane back after missing last season with an injury,” Roberts added. “Blane was a guy that was projected as a starter in 2012 before he got hurt. We hope he’s ready to go this fall because he’s a good competitor.”

WR (Y) 7 Marquis Fruge’ (6-0, 200, Sr.) 81 Carl Pearson (6-2, 200, So.) WR (F) 14 Jeff Smiley (5-9, 175, So.) 86 Chase Keller (6-1, 200, Jr.) TE 47 Taylor Jenkins (6-3, 235, So.) 87 Jeremy Meyers (6-2, 225, Jr.)

Receivers The Lions will feature a veteran receiving corps heading into 2013, with several returners looking to take the next step in their development. Southeastern’s top returner is senior Tony McCrea, who was an honorable mention All-Southland Conference selection in 2012. The Irwinton, Ga. native lead the Lions with 28 receptions and 401 yards a season ago.

Southeastern has a veteran duo at tight end as well. Jeremy Meyers finished with 21 catches, 190 yards and a team-high three touchdowns on the way to earning All-Louisiana and All-Southland Conference honors in 2012. Taylor Jenkins also saw plenty of action last season, catching a late touchdown that keyed Southeastern’s 25-24 rally past McNeese State. “Taylor and Jeremy complement each other very well at tight end where Taylor is a better blocker and Jeremy is the better route guy,” Roberts said. “We want them both to be the complete deal. We need to find that third tight end that will come in and play significantly.”

Southeastern returns four starters on the offensive line, led by two-time All-Southland Conference left tackle Gasten Gabriel. Gabriel will be joined on the left side by guard Geremy Wilson. Gabriel and Wilson’s fellow senior Marshall Paris will anchor the line at center, while junior Corey Boothe is back at left tackle.

LT 76 Gasten Gabriel (6-5, 310, Sr.) 78 D.J. Williams (6-5, 320, Jr.) LG 67 Geremy Wilson (6-3, 295, Sr.) 71 Joe Graves (6-2, 315, So.)

Left guard Laurence Ramsey is the only new starter on the depth chart heading into fall camp. Ramsey highlights a group of talented junior college transfers that includes Ryan Cockerton and Jonathan Braddock. Roberts is eager to see how the mix of veterans and newcomers comes together up front this fall.

C 62 Marshall Paris (6-2, 295, Sr.) 60 Ryan Cockerton (6-3, 290, Jr.) RG 56 Laurence Ramsey (6-1, 310, Jr.) 55 Taylor Romero (6-2, 280, Fr.) RT 65 Corey Boothe (6-3, 265, Jr.) 53 Jonathan Braddock (6-4, 275, Jr.)

▲Chris Malott

McCrea is one of several veteran Lion pass catchers. Marquis Fruge’ (24 receptions, 335 yards in 2012), Jeff Smiley (21 receptions, 179 yards, 2 TD) and Chris Malott (10 receptions, 142 yards) all return in 2013, while Blane Arnold and Carl Pearson are both back after missing 2012. Newcomer Marquis Hayes also could figure into the Lion air attack.

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“It’s good to have that experience coming back up front, but we hope to be in a situation to where we can play a lot of guys,” Roberts said. “A couple of guys – Laurence Ramsey and Joe Graves – had good springs for us and I think we have guys like Taylor Romero and Ryan Cockerton who are going to be in the mix somewhere. “Jonathan Braddock is another one who can make an impact for us,” Roberts continued. “He’s another junior college guy that we need to bring along and he’s got to feel comfortable in what he’s doing. We have 10 guys up front that can come in and play, won’t give us much of a drop off and allow us to play at a much faster tempo.”

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Positional Breakdown

Southeastern Louisiana “We added the right depth in the right spots and linebacker was one of those areas,” Roberts said. “We moved Justin to outside linebacker and he had a good spring. We moved Cqulin inside and Kaleb outside and it worked out the best for both of them. They became better football players in those roles.”

“A.J. Bowen, William Stream and Darrell Green are guys in the 290-300 pound range who transferred in here with some experience and I expect them to compete for starting jobs,” Roberts said. “Down the road, I’m very excited about the three young players we signed – Taylor Cochran, Titus Charles and Javari Nichols. They are three very big, athletic guys and I don’t know if they’re going to get in the mix this fall. It depends on how the get to came and process everything.”

LDE 94 Jacob Newman (6-2, 275, Jr.) 45 A.J. Bowen (6-1, 295, Jr.) NG 91 Greg Triay (6-2, 275, Sr.) 57 William Stream (6-4, 300, Jr.) RDE 11 Jeremy Williams (6-1, 300, Sr.) 44 John Andrews (6-1, 270, Jr.)

Defensive Line Improved depth is a constant theme for the Lions on the defensive side of the ball and it all starts up front with the defensive line in Southeastern’s 3-3-5 scheme under defensive coordinator Pete Golding. A pair of seniors anchor the line for the Lions. Greg Triay (27 tackles in 2012) will be the team’s starting nose guard heading into the fall, while Jeremy Williams (22 tackles) is set to handle one of the defensive ends spots. Newcomer Jacob Newman came out of the spring with a handle on the other defensive end spot. “We’re going to be in a better situation up front, both depth-wise and being more physical, than we were last season and I feel comfortable with the guys we have in the mix,” Roberts said. “Coming out of spring practice, we had Greg, Jeremy and Jacob as our starters and I was really pleased with how those three played.”

Coahoma Community College product Isaiah Corbett is also expected to be in the mix for playing time. Also providing the depth will be returning veterans Drew Misita and Dereck Robinson.

LOLB 6 Isaiah Corbett (6-3, 250, Jr.) 95 Justin Church (6-4, 225, Jr.)

“Isaiah is a guy that I expect to come in here and compete for a starting job right away,” Roberts said. “We’re trying to get to where we have six guys that we can count on to play right away and have no drop off. That will allow us to stay fresh and be the type of defense that we want to develop here.”

MLB 51 Cqulin Hubert (6-1, 250, Sr.) 20 Drew Misita (6-1, 235, Jr.) ROLB 33 Kaleb Muse (6-0, 250, Jr.) 58 Dereck Robinson (5-10, 255, So.)

LCB 9 Denzel Thompson (6-3, 190, So.) 3 Tommy Elliott (5-10, 185, Jr.)

Linebackers Southeastern’s linebacker corps features a pair of returning starters who will be playing at different spots, while also moving another key performer to strengthen the group.

Lion 5 John Graves (6-0, 210, Sr.) 8 Devante Davis (5-10, 175, So.) FS 23 Tyler Stoddard (6-2, 205, Jr.) 4 Theo Alexander (6-4, 205, Sr.) RAM 2 Kevin Harmon (6-2, 195, Sr.) 7 Marice Sutton (5-10, 180, Jr.)

Roberts also believes that plenty of newcomers will make their presence felt in the coming year.

RCB 1 Todd Washington (5-11, 190, Sr.) 27 Harlan Miller (6-0, 170, So.)

Defensive Backs Though the Lions lost the most accomplished player since the program returned in 2003, the Southeastern secondary still features a wealth of talent. The Lion defensive backs will have big shoes to fill after All-American cornerback Robert Alford exhausted his eligibility. Roberts realizes the void Alford – a second round selection by the Atlanta Falcons in the NFL Draft – left, however he believes the Lions will be improved in the back end.

▲Kaleb Muse Junior Kaleb Muse, who led the team with 80 tackles in 2012 will move to the outside after manning the middle last season. The Ponchatoula native switches spots with senior Cqulin Hubert, who moves inside after posting 9.5 tackles for loss from the outside in his first season with the Lions out of Texas Tech. Junior Justin Church joins the linebacker forces after playing at defensive end for the previous two seasons.

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Lion Football 2013 Todd Washington. The Lutcher native was an honorable mention All-Southland Conference selection as a junior, after breaking up a teamhigh nine passes. Denzel Thompson, Harlan Miller and Tommy Elliott will see increased playing time and Roberts expects the group to thrive. “We’ve got four corners who are in the mix that we think can play and there’s not much separating them,” Roberts said. “Todd

“The good thing is that if they all continue to progress the way they have, they’re all going to play. I think our secondary will be one of the most competitive areas this season for us. Our competition level is a lot higher that it was a year ago and it’s going to be exciting to see which guys are going step up and perform at the level they need to for us to win.”

PK 41 Seth Sebastian (5-10, 180, Sr.) 39 Ryan Adams (6-1, 210, Jr.) Kickoff 39 Ryan Adams (6-1, 210, Jr.) 41 Seth Sebastian (5-10, 180, Sr.) P 15 Matt McCormick (6-0, 200, Sr.) 36 Tim Callian (6-4, 175, Jr.)

▲Xavier Roberson ence,” Roberts said. “We’re real high on Tim Callian and expect him to come in and compete for the job, but he hasn’t kicked a ball for Southeastern yet. Brice Bishop and Peyton Zeringue are battling to replace Rogers and that will continue into the fall.”

LS 88 Brice Bishop (6-4, 205, Fr.) 99 Peyton Zeringue (5-8, 220, Jr.) Holder 15 Jordan Barnett (6-3, 295, Jr.) 10 Paul Kopesky (5-11, 205, So.)

Senior Seth Sebastian will be back to handle the placekicking duties for the fourth consecutive year with junior Jordan Barnett handling holding duties. Junior Ryan Adams is slated to return to handle kickoffs.

KR 1 Xavier Roberson (5-7, 170, So.) 14 Jeff Smiley (5-9, 175, So.) PR 18 Marquis Hayes (5-9, 175, Jr.) 4 Kody Sutton (5-8, 195, So.)

▲Tyler Stoddard has been a great leader for us and Harlan is a tremendous young player. He may be the most talented player we have and his potential is limitless. Denzel and Tommy are really good players and I feel comfortable with all four. They all performed well in the spring and I think we’ll be able to play a lot of guys.” Junior Tyler Stoddard, who was an AllSouthland performer after posting 63 tackles and two interceptions in 2012. Stoddard is the standout among the safeties – a position Roberts believes is the deepest on the team. “Tyler, John Graves and Kevin Harmon all had great springs for us at safety and earned starting jobs,” Roberts said. “Devante Davis, Theo Alexander, Josh Dakin, Delwin Davis and Marice Sutton will all be competing for time. I don’t know how it’s going to pan out with who’s going to start.

Specialists One play during the 2012 season was an early indicator that Roberts and his staff have a unique approach to special teams. The play would eventually be referred to simply as “Mothe to Mueller”. Midway through the fourth quarter in the Southland Conference opener versus McNeese State, punter Beau Mothe faked a punt from his own 34-yard line and found long snapper Rogers Mueller for a 27-yard pass to keep the drive alive. 10 plays later, Southeastern would score the game-winning touchdown in a 25-24 victory. While the principles in that play have exhausted their eligibility, the attitude is unlikely to change. In Roberts’ first season, the Lions returned a combined four punts and kickoffs for touchdowns, while also employing a variety of unique fake punts.

“We’re looking to see improvement at kicker,” Roberts said. “Seth has been good for us and had made some clutch kicks, but I want to see more consistency. Ryan has a big leg and has done some big things for us, but you have to do it every week.” Southeastern had its most success in the return game since the program’s return in Roberts’ first season. Xavier Roberson took over kick return duties late in the season and returned kickoffs for touchdowns in consecutive victories over Stephen F. Austin and Nicholls State to close the season. Newcomers Marquis Hayes and Kody Sutton are among the candidates to replace Robert Alford at punt returner. “Xavier is a heck of a weapon for us in the kick return game and we feel like we have somebody back there that can do it a high level,” Roberts said. “We have to replace Rob at punt returner and worked a lot of guys there in the spring and will continue to work guys there in the fall. The most important thing we’re looking for is a guy who will go catch the ball and not let it hit the ground.”

According to Roberts, one of the primary objectives of fall camp is to find suitable replacements for Mothe and Mueller. “We have 10 players in the secondary that we feel comfortable with,” Roberts added.

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Player Profiles

Southeastern Louisiana 4 Theo Alexander

92 Ivan Abarenov DL • 6-3 • 300 • Jr. • RS Glendale, Calif. • Glendale College 2012: Redshirt season. Prior to Southeastern: A first-team All-Western State Conference and Region VI All-California selection in 2011 at Glendale College … recorded 47 tackles, including 25 solos and 4.5 tackles for loss … forced a pair of fumbles and tallied three recoveries for the Vaqueros ... coached by John Rome. High School: A first-team All-Pacific League as a senior at Glendale’s Herbert Hoover High School … named the team’s defensive MVP and led the Tornadoes in sacks ... served as a team captain as a senior ... played for Chris Long. Personal: Born in Donetsk, Ukraine ... the son of Igor and Angela Abarenov ... enjoys video games, hanging out with friends, watching movies and hiking ... biggest sports thrill was forcing and recovering a fumble to negate an opposing touchdown while at Glendale College ... the most exciting athletic event witnessed was a USC home football game ... majoring in finance.

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DB • 6-4 • 205 • Sr. • 1L St. Louis, Mo. • ASA CC 2012: Played in 11 games and made six starts … Third on the team with five passes broken up and sixth on the team with 53 tackles (44 solo) … His three pass break ups at Lamar were tied for the third-highest in school history … Recorded a season-high 12 tackles in victory over McNeese State … Also broke up passes versus McNeese State and UAB … Blocked a kick at Missouri. Junior College: Converted to free safety after playing wide receiver in high school … Recorded 41 tackles at ASA (N.Y.) College in 2011. High School: Prep standout at Gateway Tech in St. Louis … Rated as one of the top receivers in the metro area. Personal: Born in St. Louis, Mo. … The son of Theodia and Debbie Alexander … Has three siblings: Tauron, Tiffany and LaToya … A general studies major.

Career Stats

G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR INT Yds 2012 11 44 9 53 0 5 0 0 0 0

Career Highs

Tackles...................................................................... 12, vs. McNeese State (2012) Passes Defended...................................................................... 3, at Lamar (2012)

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K/P • 6-1 • 210 • Jr. • 2L Dayton, Ohio • Carroll HS 2012: Handled kickoffs for Southeastern … Was credited with 10 touchbacks on the year … Recorded a season-high three touchbacks versus Stephen F. Austin … Also had two touchbacks against Northwestern State … Was credited with a tackle versus Central Arkansas. 2011: Served as the kickoff specialist for the Lions … Posted five touchbacks on the season … Had three touchbacks versus Lamar … Also had touchbacks versus Texas State and Stephen F. Austin … Credited with a tackle at Stephen F. Austin. High School: Two-time Greater Catholic League Placekicker of the Year at Carroll High School in Dayton, Ohio ... Set school record for longest field goal, twice hitting from 52 yards during his senior season ... Also had a punt of 64 yards ... Earned the nickname “Thunder Foot” from the Carroll High announcer. Personal: Born Ryan Scott Adams in Dayton, Ohio … One of Ron and Jan Adams’ two children … Has a brother, Chris … related to Nick Fortener, who played football at Akron, and Danny Fortener, who played football at Michigan State ... great-grandfather, Alex Rado, played football in 1934 with the NFL’s Pittsburgh Pirates, now known as the Pittsburgh Steelers … Enjoys playing sports … Majoring in graphic design.

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Lion Football 2013 22 Blane Arnold

Career Highs

Passing Yards..............................................................35, at Nicholls State (2012) Completions.......................................... 1 (twice), last at Nicholls State (2012) Attempts................................................. 1 (twice), last at Nicholls State (2012) Long Pass....................................................................35, at Nicholls State (2012)

WR • 5-7 • 175 • So. • 1L Baton Rouge, La. • Catholic HS

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2012: Missed the season with an injury. 2011: Played in all 11 games, primarily on special teams … Averaged 28.0 yards per kickoff return … Also had three tackles, including one for loss … Credited with a 30-yard kickoff return against Lamar … Also brought back a kickoff 26 yards versus Sam Houston State … Made one tackle for loss at Stephen F. Austin … Had a pair of tackles in season-ending win over Nicholls State.

P • 5-10 • 180 • So. • RS Hammond, La. • Delta State

2010: Redshirt season.

Prior to Southeastern: Spent a redshirt season at Delta State.

High School: Prepped at Catholic High School in Baton Rouge … Earned the Special Team Award at CHS.

High School: First team All-District performer at Hammond High School … Connected on a long field goal of 42 yards … Averaged 42 yards per punt … A member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Personal: Born Blane Michael Arnold in Baton Rouge … One of George and Vickie Arnold’s three children … Has a brother, Brandon and sister, Kasey … a kinesiology major.

Personal: Born in Hammond … Parents are Bob Beall and Sherry Beall … Mother is a Southeastern graduate … Majoring in marketing.

Career Stats

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G KR Yds Lg UA A Total TFL 2011 11 2 56 30 1 2 3 1

Career Highs

Tackles........................................................................... 2, vs. Nicholls State (2011) Tackles For Loss....................................................1, at Stephen F. Austin (2011) Kickoff Returns.......................... 1 (twice), last vs. Sam Houston State (2011) Long Kickoff Return............................................................30, vs. Lamar (2011)

QB • 6-3 • 205 • Jr. • TR Encino, Calif. • Oregon

15 Jordan Barnett QB • 6-3 • 205 • Jr. • 1L Shreveport, La. • Captain Shreve HS 2012: Saw first action of career, playing in three games … Was 2-for-2 passing for 45 yards … Completed a 32-yard pass at Nicholls State and a 12-yard throw at Sam Houston State … Also punted three times for a 31.7 average … Seasonlong punt was a 41-yarder at UAB. 2011: Sat out the season after suffering injury in fall practice. 2010: Redshirt season. High School: An All-District 1-5A and Honorable Mention All-State selection at Captain Shreve HS … honorable mention All-City pick … helped Gators to a 6-5 record and a first-round appearance in the 2009 Class 5A playoffs. Personal: Born Jordan Dean Barnett in Shreveport … Parents are Dean Barnett and Melody Luce … Has a brother, Jarrett and a sister, Lauren … Majoring in general studies.

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Southeastern Louisiana 53 Jonathan Braddock

50 Brice Bishop LB • 6-4 • 205 • Fr. • RS Liberty Hill,Texas • Liberty Hill HS 2012: Redshirt season. High School: Starting defensive end, deep snapper, and tight end as a senior at Liberty Hill High School ... recorded 50 tackles with seven sacks and 10 tackles for loss while helping LHHS to a second-round berth in the Texas State playoffs ... a two-time All-District 25-3A and Academic All-District selection ... was a team captain as a senior ... named Special Teams Player of the Year as a junior ... coached by Jerry Vance. Personal: Born in Round Rock, Texas ... the son of Jeff and Peggy Bishop ... the oldest of two children ... father was a member of the football team at Sam Houston State ... enjoys hunting and fishing ... majoring in criminal justice.

OL • 6-4 • 275 • Jr. • JC Ripley, Miss. • NE Mississippi CC Prior to Southeastern: Two-year letterwinner at Northeast Mississippi Community College … as a freshman, helped the Tigers to a 6-4 record that included wins over eventual Junior College National Champion East Mississippi and nationally-ranked rivals Mississippi Gulf Coast and Northwest Mississippi … as a sophomore, helped NEMCC to a 3-6 record. High School: All-Division and All-County performer at Ripley High School … Also was an Class 3A All-State performer as a senior … Played in the post for the RHS High School basketball team. Personal: Born in Memphis, Tenn. … Oldest of Stacey and Catrice Braddock’s three children … Has two younger brothers, Jamal and Jared … A general studies major.

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49 Josh Byars

OL • 6-3 • 265 • Jr. • 2L Heidelberg, Miss. • Heidelberg Academy

DB • 5-10 • 175 • Fr. • RS Amite, La. • Oak Forest Academy

2012: Started all 11 games on the offensive line for the second straight season … Played right tackle for the first three games of the season, then moved back to right guard for the remaining eight contests. 2011: Started all 11 games at right guard as a redshirt freshman … Credited with tackles against Southland Conference foes Northwestern State and Sam Houston State. 2010: Redshirt season. High School: A first-team All-District 8-A selection at both offensive and defensive line at Heidelberg Academy … named the 8-A Defensive MVP … coached by Brian Soules … helped the Rebels to an 8-3 record and a berth in the state playoffs … named first-team MAIS All-State as an offensive lineman and was selected as an Mississippi Association of Independent Schools All-Star … named to the Laurel Leader Call All-Area Team.

2012: Redshirt season. High School: An All-District MAIS 4-2A selection as a senior at Amite’s Oak Forest Academy … originally attended Hammond High School before transferring to OFA … rushed for 210 yards and three touchdowns in a district win over Bowling Green Academy ... also competed in baseball and track at OFA. Personal: Born in Slidell, La. ... the son of Robert Byars and Blair Edwards ... step-father, Daniel Edwards, played baseball at LSU and is the current sheriff of Tangipahoa Parish ... his grandfather, Jimmy Barrileaux, and an uncle, Rusty Barrileaux, both played football at LSU ... enjoys hunting and fishing ... majoring in accounting.

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Personal: Born in Laurel, Miss. … Parents are Doug and Angela Boothe … Has three siblings.

LB • 6-4 • 225 • Jr. • 2L Mandeville, La. • Fontainebleau HS 2012: Played all 11 games, making four starts on the defensive line … Recorded 10 tackles (seven solo) and two sacks … Finished with two tackles and a sack in victories over Southland Conference foes McNeese State and Lamar … Posted two tackles versus Central Arkansas … Credited with hurries versus Lamar, Northwestern State and Stephen F. Austin.

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Lion Football 2013 a sack … In the season-ending 31-14 victory over Nicholls State, he had three tackles and a sack … Credited with season-high five tackles – including one for loss - versus Lamar … Had four stops in a 63-6 rout of Savannah State … Also had tackles for loss at Tulane and Northwestern State. 2010: Redshirted after seeing action in the season’s first two games … Credited with a tackle versus Tennessee-Martin. High School: Totaled 65 tackles with 13 stops for loss and 10 sacks at Fontainebleau High School … named honorable mention All-District 7-5A … recorded 55 tackles with eight sacks and four forced fumbles as a junior … helped Bulldogs to 2008 playoffs … coached by Mike Matherne.

2010: Redshirt season. High School: Named second-team All-District 8-3A as a tight end … helped LHHS to four-year record of 46-8 with a pair of Class 3A state titles and a runner-up finish … coached by Jerry Vance. Personal: Born Wesley Hunter Craven in Houston … Youngest son of Chris and Dana Craven … Has an older brother, Mike … Father played football at Texas … A biology major.

24 Josh Dakin

Personal: Born in Mandeville … One of David and Elizabeth Church’s three children … A business administration major.

Career Stats

G UA A Total TFL SK 2010 2 0 1 1 0 0 2011 11 11 13 24 3 0 2012 11 7 3 10 2 2 Totals 24 18 17 35 5 2

DB • 6-0 • 180 • So. • 1L Slidell, La. • Northshore HS

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2012: Saw action in all 11 games in the secondary and on special teams … Finished the season with 15 tackles (12 solo) … Made season-high four solo stops at UAB … Credited with three tackles versus Sam Houston State and Stephen F. Austin … Had two tackles and forced a fumble in a Southland Conference victory over Northwestern State.

Tackles......................................................................................... 5, vs. Lamar (2011) Tackles for Loss...........................................1 (five times), last at Lamar (2012) Sacks........................................................................ 1 (twice), last at Lamar (2012)

60 Ryan Cockerton OL • 6-3 • 290 • Jr. • JC Kelseyville, Calif. • Diablo Valley Coll. Prior to Southeastern: A first-team All-Mid Empire Conference selection at Diablo Valley College … anchored an offensive line that helped lead the Vikings to a 7-4 record while leading the MEC in scoring offense (36.3 points), total offense (473.2) and passing offense (381.7). High School: All-League and All-Country performer at Kelseyville High School.

High School: A two-time, first-team All-District 7-5A performer at Slidell’s Northshore High School ... coached by Mike Bourg ... totaled 14 interceptions for the Panthers in his final three seasons ... member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Personal: Born in Slidell ... the son of Lee and Jennifer Dakin ... has one brother, Lee ... most exciting event witnessed was the New Orleans Saints’ victory in Super Bowl XLIV ... enjoys baseball, hunting and fishing ... a nursing major.

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G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR INT Yds 2012 11 12 3 15 0 0 1 0 0 0

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Tackles.............................................................................................4, at UAB (2012) Forced Fumbles............................................ 1, vs. Northwestern State (2012)

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Personal: Born George Ryan Cockerton in Clear Lake, Calif. … Parents are Matt and Lisa Cockerton … Has an older sister, Cory … A criminal justice major.

89 Hunter Craven TE • 6-4 • 255 • Jr. • 2L Liberty Hill,Texas • Liberty Hill HS

DB • 6-0 • 185 • Jr. • 1L Marrero, La. • Arkansas-Monticello 2012: Saw action in nine games … Credited with six tackles (five solo) … Made season-high two tackles in victory at Lamar … Also posted stops against South Dakota State, Tennessee-Martin, UAB and Stephen F. Austin. 2011: Sat out the season as a transfer

2012: Made the switch to tight end … Appeared in 10 games, making one start versus South Dakota State. 2011: Played in five games … Made his way into the starting lineup at the end of the season, opening the final three games at right tackle.

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Southeastern Louisiana 3 Tommy Elliott

Personal: Born in New Orleans ... the son of Delwin Davis and Gloria Davis, Sr. ... the oldest of three children ... majoring in general studies.

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G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR INT Yds 2012 9 5 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 0

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DB • 5-10 • 185 • Jr. • RS Compton, Calif. • Cerritos CC

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8 Devante Davis DB • 5-10 • 175 • So. • TR Baton Rouge, La. • North Texas Prior to Southeastern: Played in five games as a freshman at North Texas … recorded 13 tackles with 1.5 stops for loss … recorded a season-high eight tackles against Houston and added four against Florida Atlantic. High School: Named to the District 5-5A First Team as a senior at Baton Rouge’s Woodlawn High School and was rated as the No. 63 safety in the nation by ESPN ... had 97 tackles, four pass breakups, three forced fumbles, and one fumble recovery as a senior for the Panthers ... ranked as the No. 48 player in Louisiana by MaxPreps.com ... played in the U. S. Army Red Stick Bowl All-Star Game and was named the Defensive MVP of the game as he had an interception ... registered 85 tackles, eight pass breakups, five forced fumbles, and two interceptions as a junior and was named first-team all-district.

2012: Redshirt season. Prior to Southeastern: Recorded 45 tackles, including 4.5 stops for loss, with a pair of interceptions and pass breakup and a fumble recovery in 2011 ... named second-team All-Northern Conference honors ... tallied a season-high five tackles in games against Saddleback, Bakersfield College and Mt. SAC ... helped the Falcons to an 8-4 record and a berth in the SoCal Championship game … Received a medical red-shirt after getting injured early in the 2010 season … Posted six tackles and a forced fumble before his injury … Finished the season with 21 tackles, which included a season-high five stops against Citrus College, with four of them being solo tackles … Also had four tackles and half a tackle for loss against Palomar College. High School: Named First Team All-Moore League as a senior after finishing with 41 tackles, three interceptions and a forced fumble … Voted his team’s Defensive Back of the Year… As a receiver, he caught eight passes for 132 yards and three scores … Was a first team all-league selection as a junior with 30 stops and two interceptions … Spent three years on the football team. Personal: Born in Compton, Calif. ... the son of Tommy Elliott, Sr., and Shavon Jones ... has three siblings ... enjoys video games, hanging out with teammates and relaxing in his spare time ... majoring in general studies.

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Personal: Born in Hammond … The son of Derrick Hayes … Has three siblings … A general studies major.

83 James Donaldson WR • 6-0 • 170 • Fr. • HS Slidell, La. • Slidell HS High School: Standout wide receiver at Slidell High School … Honorable mention All-State performer as a senior … Also competed in the triple jump and 400 meters for the SHS track and field team. Personal: Born James Donaldson, Jr. in New Orleans … The son of James Donaldson and Ladera Williams … Has two younger siblings, Jaijah and Jaylon.

WR • 6-0 • 200 • Sr. • 1L Houston,Texas • Santa Rosa CC 2012: Played in all 11 games, making a start versus Central Arkansas … Third on the team with 24 receptions for 335 yards … Caught six passes for a season-high 96 yards, including a season-long 39-yard reception in a 25-24 victory over McNeese State … Credited with four catches versus South Dakota State and Northwestern State … Had at least one reception in all but one game last season. Prior to Southeastern: A three-star junior college wide receiver by Rivals. com and a two-star prospect according to Scout.com … Caught 59 passes for 711 yards and eight TDs … Led team in receiving … returned three punts for 28 yards and 22 kickoffs for an average of 22.59 yards … returned a pair of kickoffs for TDs … All-Conference and All-California as a freshman at Mendocino JC… Led team in receiving … Caught 83 passes for 921 yards and seven TDs … Returned eight punts for 52 yards and 24 kickoffs for an average of 17.33 yards. High School: Named a High School All-American as a wide receiver and free safety at Houston’s Lutheran High North School ... helped the Lions to a 9-3 record and 5-1 mark in district action ... named to the 2010 TPSCA Football South Squad ... New Orleans native who moved with his family to Houston after Hurricane Katrina. Personal: Born in New Orleans ... the son of Todd Belle and Lazanda Fruge’ ... enjoys spending time with family, watching movies and eating ... majoring in sociology.

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Lion Football 2013 Career Stats

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Receptions.................................................................6, vs. McNeese State (2012) Receiving Yards..................................................... 96, vs. McNeese State (2012) Long Reception.................................................... 39, vs. McNeese State (2012)

OL • 6-2 • 315 • So. • 1L Covington, La. • Covington HS 2012: Saw action in six games as a reserve offensive lineman … Played against Missouri, McNeese State, Lamar, UAB, Northwestern State and Sam Houston State. High School: A three-year letterwinner in football at Covington High School ... named second-team All-District 6-5A selection as a senior for the Lions … helped CHS to a 7-4 record and a berth in the Class 5A state playoffs. Personal: Born in Toledo, Ohio ... the son of Carla Graves ... has one brother ... enjoys playing golf, basketball and hanging out with friends in his spare time ... undeclared on his academic major.

5 John Graves 76 Gasten Gabriel OL • 6-5 • 310 • Sr. • 3L Jackson, La. • West Feliciana HS Career Honors: - 2012 All-Southland Conference (Second Team) - 2011 All-Southland Conference (Honorable Mention) 2012: Earned All-Southland Conference honors for the second straight season … A second team All-Southland choice … Started the first three games of the season at right guard, before returning to his starting left tackle spot for the final eight contests. 2011: Named honorable mention All-Southland Conference after developing into one of the stalwarts of the Southeastern offensive line … Started all 11 games at left tackle. 2010: Played in six games on the year on the offensive line … Earned first collegiate start versus McNeese State. 2009: Redshirt season. High School: A first team All-District 8-3A selection at West Feliciana High School … coached by Robb Odom … named to the 2008 Class 3A honorable mention Academic All-State team … helped the Saints to a playoff appearance as a junior … started as a freshman at Jackson High before transferring to WFHS. Personal: Born Gasten Albert Gabriel in New Orleans … Parents are Anthony and Sharon Gabriel … Majoring in sport management.

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G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR INT Yds 2012 11 54 16 70 2 3 0 1 0 0

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Tackles............................................................................9, at Nicholls State (2012) Tackles for Loss..............................1 (twice), last vs. Central Arkansas (2012) Passes Defended..................................................3, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2012) Fumble Recoveries...................................................1, at Nicholls State (2012)

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Southeastern Louisiana 2 Rasheed Harrell

74 Jarrod Hale DL • 6-4 • 275 • Jr. • SQ Houston,Texas • Westfield HS

RB • 5-10 • 185 • So. • 1L Miami, Fla. • Northwestern HS

2012: Played in five games in a reserve role … Saw action versus Missouri, Tennessee-Martin, McNeese State, Lamar and Sam Houston State.

2012: Team’s second leading rusher after team injuries forced him into the lineup for the final six games of the year … Carried 72 times for 376 yards and three touchdowns … Also caught two passes for 10 yards … Breakout game was in Southeastern’s 42-27 victory over Stephen F. Austin … Versus the Lumberjacks, rushed for 151 yards on 20 carries and a touchdown as he and Xavier Roberson both topped 100 yards … Yardage total versus SFA was the 10th-highest single-game tally in school history … Followed that up with a 18carry, 72-yard, two-touchdown performance at Nicholls State … Caught a pass and broke off a season-high 33-yard run at Sam Houston State … Also credited with a reception versus Northwestern State … Returned two kicks for 38 yards in collegiate debut at UAB.

2011: Saw action in one game … Played on the offensive line versus Savannah State. 2010: Redshirt season. High School: A two-year letterwinner for coach Corby Meekins … named to the Academic All-District team as a senior … helped the Mustangs to an 8-5 record and a berth in the Class 5A state playoffs … selected to compete in the 2010 Space City Classic … two-year letterwinner in track and field … won district title in the discus … competed in the 2008 Junior Olympics. Personal: Born Jarrod Maurice Hale in Houston … Majoring in sport management.

2 Kevin Harmon DB • 6-2 • 195 • Sr. • 1L Detroit, Mich. • Coll. of the Desert 2012: Saw action in all 11 games … Finished the season with seven tackles (five solo) … Posted two tackles versus South Dakota State and Sam Houston State … Also credited with stops versus Missouri, Stephen F. Austin and Nicholls State.

High School: Team captain as a senior at Miami’s Northwestern HIgh School ... coached by Billy Rolle ... helped the Bulls to a 7-3 record. Personal: Born in Miami ... the son of Damian and Rebecca Davis ... has one brother Rashad, who played two seasons at Kansas State ... a psychology major.

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G Rush Yds TD Lg Rec Yds TD Lg 2012 6 72 376 3 33 2 10 0 7

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Rushes.....................................................................20, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2012) Rushing Yards.................................................... 151, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2012) Rushing Touchdowns................................................2, at Nicholls State (2012) Long Rush.........................................................33, at Sam Houston State (2012) Receptions.................................... 1 (twice), last at Sam Houston State (2012) Receiving Yards................................................. 7, at Sam Houston State (2012) Long Reception................................................ 7, at Sam Houston State (2012)

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Prior to Southeastern: A two-time All-Southern California Football Association selection … named a first-team pick at linebacker as a freshman in 2010 before being named a second-team selection at defensive back as a sophomore … totaled 26 tackles, with 4.5 tackles for loss and 1.5 sacks, in 2011 … picked off three passes … recorded 49 stops as a freshman while leading the team with four interceptions. High School: An all-state, all-conference and Dream Team Oakland Press selection at Detroit’s Southfield High School ... named team captain as a senior in 2009 ... recorded 19 sacks as a junior before setting school-record with 21 as a senior ... also lettered in track and field. Personal: Born Kevin Rakeem Harmon in Detroit ... the son of Eugene Johnson and Tammy Harmon ... has three brothers and one sister ... enjoys working out and spending time with family and friends ... favorite NFL team is the Detroit Lions ... a Communication major.

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WR • 5-9 • 175 • Jr. • JC Brookhaven, Miss. • Copiah-Lincoln CC Prior to Southeastern: Caught 29 passes for 572 yards and five touchdowns as a sophomore at Copiah-Lincoln Community College … led Co-Lin to a 9-3 record and its first Mississippi JUCO state championship since 1985 … in the MAJAC championship game against Mississippi Gulf Coast, caught eight passes for 231 yards, including touchdowns of 51, 71 and 46 yards in a 41-37 win. High School: Was named the team’s top offensive player and return specialist at Loyd Star High School … Also played centerfield for the team’s baseball team. Personal: Born in Brookhaven, Miss. … Parents are James and Tara Beard … Has three younger siblings … A sport management major.

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Lion Football 2013 54 Brophy Hiatt OL • 6-2 • 310 • Fr. • RS Visalia, Calif. • Golden West HS 2012: Redshirt season. High School: Two-year letterwinner in football at Golden West High School ... named All-Tulare County as a senior and competed in the Tulare-Kings Counties All-Star Game ... finished second in coaches voting for West Yosemite League Lineman of the Year ... also lettered in wrestling and track ... finished in the top 24 in the state wrestling tournament ... posted a 32-15 record as a senior ... two-year captain in both football and wrestling ... served as Senior Class President at GWHS. Personal: Born in Visalia, Calif. ... the son of Tom and Sheila Holt-Hiatt ... has one sister, Riley ... majoring in kinesiology.

32 Jonathan Hill RB • 5-11 • 195 • So. • SQ New Orleans, La. • Louisiana Tech 2012: Did not see action. 2011: Redshirt season at Louisiana Tech. High School: Attended New Orleans’ Edna Karr High School ... earned three letters for coach Jabar Juluke ... named the Cougars’ top rookie and top offensive rookie ... named an A+ Athlete by McDonald’s and WWL-TV ... also lettered in track.

win over McNeese State. Prior to Southeastern: Played first two seasons at Texas Tech … As a sophomore in 2011, played in 11 games (6 starts) and made 38 tackles (24 solo) with 5.5 tackles for a loss (loss of 15 yards), one sack, one interception, forced one fumble, broke up one pass and tallied two quarterback hurries... sixth on the team in tackles... tallied at least five tackles in five games... one of four underclassmen to finish in the top six on the team in tackles... made two tackles (both assisted) at Missouri (11/19)... made five tackles (two solo) at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... recorded five tackles (three solo) against Iowa State (10/29)... made two tackles (one solo) with 0.5 tackles for a loss and broke up a pass at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... collected three tackles (all solo), with one tackle for a loss of three yards and led team with two quarterback hurries against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... made five tackles (all solo) with two tackles for a loss of six yards against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... had a career game with nine tackles (seven solo), one sack, two tackles for a loss, one forced fumble and an interception at Kansas (10/1)... sack and interception were the first of his career... became the seventh Red Raider since 2000 with an interception and sack in the same game... is the first Tech player with a sack and INT in the same game since Scott Smith against Texas in 2010... third on the team making five tackles (one solo) at New Mexico (9/17)... made first career start making two tackles (both solo) in season opener against Texas State (9/3) … As a freshman in 2010, he played in nine games (0 starts) making 31 tackles (12 solo) with two tackles for a loss of seven yards... ranked second on the team among true freshmen with 31 tackles (Tre’ Porter - 76 tackles)... led team with 13 tackles (one solo) with one tackle for a loss of two yards against Northwestern in the TicketCity Bowl (1/1) at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas... 13 tackles are the most by a Red Raider in a bowl game since 2007 (Joe Garcia, 13 - vs.Virginia - Gator Bowl)... 13 tackles are the most by a Red Raider freshman in a bowl game in over 34 years... made one tackle (solo) against Houston (11/27)... led team with a career-high nine tackles (eight solo) against Weber State (11/20)... tallied five tackles (one solo) at Texas A&M (10/30)... posted three tackles (one solo) at New Mexico (9/11)... made career debut against SMU (9/5) in season opener. High School: Ranked No. 33 nationally among inside linebackers (Rivals) ... Houston Chronicle Top 100 ... Texas Football Top 300 ... had six sacks from linebacker position ... Eisenhower High defense ranked among the top 10 in the state among Class 5A schools with 19.0 points allowed per game ... all-district performer ... helped lead Eisenhower to state playoffs appearance. Personal: Born in Houston ... guardian is his grandmother, Maggie Hubert ... has four siblings ... a cousin, Josh Huff, is currently a wide receiver at Oregon ... majoring in kinesiology ... enjoys reading and watching film.

Personal: Born in New Orleans ... the son of Nathaniel and Rhonda Hill ... one of seven children ... enjoys listening to music, writing and analysis ... a computer science major.

51 Cqulin Hubert LB • 6-1 • 250 • Sr. • 1L Houston,Texas • Texas Tech 2012: Started eight of the 11 games he appeared in at linebacker in his first season in Hammond … Fourth on the team and 28th in the Southland Conference with 60 tackles (42 solo) … Second on the team and 11th in the league with 9.5 tackles for loss … Also ranked sixth in the Southland with a team-high two fumble recoveries … Made season-high 10 stops – including three for loss – at Tennessee-Martin … Credited with eight tackles and a fumble recovery in Southland victory over Northwestern State … Recorded two tackles for loss at Sam Houston State … Also registered tackles behind the line versus Stephen F. Austin and Nicholls State … Credited with a fumble recovery in 25-24 Lion

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Southeastern Louisiana 86 Chase Keller

47 Taylor Jenkins TE • 6-3 • 235 • So. • 1L Baton Rouge, La. • Central HS

WR • 6-1 • 200 • Jr. • SQ St. Amant, La. • St. Amant HS

2012: Started nine of 11 games at tight end … Finished the season with three receptions for 10 yards and a touchdown … Caught a three-yard touchdown pass that set up the game-winning two-point conversion in a 25-24 victory over McNeese State … Also credited with receptions versus Missouri and Stephen F. Austin.

2012: Played in one game … Saw action in Lions’ meeting with UAB.

2011: Redshirt season.

High School: Two-time All-District performer at St. Amant High School … Academic All-State performer in 2010 … Also played soccer and competed in the high jump for the Gators.

High School: A first-team All District 5-5A selection for Doug Dotson at Central High School … a three-year letterwinner for the Wildcats … selected to play in the U.S. Army Red Stick Bowl … named to the Class 5A Academic All-State team … helped the Wildcats to a 7-4 record and berth in the state playoffs … totaled 14 tackles, three sacks and an interception as a junior.

2011: Did not see action. 2010: Redshirt season.

Personal: Born Chase Matthew Keller in Baton Rouge … Oldest child of Jimmy and Jenell Keller … Has two siblings, Cade and Jaime … A computer engineering major.

Personal: Born Taylor Jenkins in Ft. Belvoire, Va. … One of Kenneth and Jackie Jenkins’s three children … Has a brother, Daniel, and sister, Katharyn … Enjoys being outdoors … Majoring in fitness and human performance.

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QB • 5-11 • 205 • So. • SQ Spring,Texas • Spring HS

Receptions.....................................1 (3 times), last vs. Stephen F. Austin (2012) Receiving Yards.....................................................8, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2012) Receiving Touchdowns.........................................1, vs. McNeese State (2012) Long Reception....................................................8, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2012)

2012: Did not see action. 2011: Saw action in five games in the defensive backfield and on special teams … Made two tackles at McNeese State. High School: Versatile player who saw time at quarterback, linebacker and punter … named the SHS MVP as a senior after scoring 11 touchdowns, totaling 30 tackles with five sacks and 12 tackles for loss … named Offensive MVP after accounting for 18 TDs and throwing for over 1,300 yards as a junior … coached by Sam Parker … outstanding track athlete … the 2007 Junior Olympic Champion in the 100-meter and 200-meter hurdles … set a Gulf Association record in 2007 in the 200-meter hurdles.

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Personal: Born Paul Kopesky, Jr., in St. Louis, Mo. … Son of Paul, Sr., and Stacey Kopesky … Nicknamed “PJ” … Hobbies include playing XBOX, sleeping, and drawing ... Majoring in finance.

WR • 6-3 • 195 • So. • SQ New Orleans, La. • Zachary HS 2012: Did not see action. High School: All-District 5-5A wide receiver at Zachary High School … Also ran the hurdles for the track team … A member of the National Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Beta Clubs. Personal: Born Byron Johnson II in New Orleans … The son of Trudy and the late Byron Johnson … Has a sister, Destiny … A mass communication major.

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Lion Football 2013 98 Scott Korte

5 Chris Malott

DL • 6-4 • 245 • Jr. • 2L Mandeville, La. • Fontainebleau HS

WR • 6-5 • 220 • Jr. • 2L The Woodlands,Texas • College Park HS

2012: Saw action in nine games as a reserve defensive lineman … Made five tackles (three solo) … Recorded two stops in season opener at Missouri … Also credited with tackles versus South Dakota State, Lamar and Sam Houston State.

2012: Started six games at wide receiver and appeared in all 11 games … Caught 10 passes for 142 yards … Pulled in a season-high four passes for 30 yards at Tennessee-Martin … Posted a season-long 45-yard reception versus Central Arkansas … Also credited with receptions versus South Dakota State, Northwestern State, Sam Houston State and Stephen F. Austin.

2011: Appeared in two games … Credited with tackles versus Savannah State and Stephen F. Austin.

2011: Played in all 11 games, mostly on special teams.

2010: Redshirt season.

2010: Redshirt season.

High School: Recorded 53 tackles with five pass breakups and three forced fumbles as a senior … coached by Mike Matherne … helped Bulldogs to 2008 playoffs.

High School: All-District tight end at The Woodlands College Park High School … Also won the district title in the 300 meter hurdles.

Personal: Born Scott Christopher Korte … Son of Steve and Sharon Korte … Has a brother Steven … Father is a former New Orleans Saints lineman and University of Arkansas All-American … A general studies major.

Personal: Born Christopher James Malott in Mount Vernon, N.Y. … Parents are Curt Malott and Debbie Turner … Has an older brother, Keith and an older sister, Julie … Brother played football at Southeastern Oklahoma State … Majoring in kinesiology.

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G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR 2011 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 2012 9 3 2 5 0 0 0 0 Totals 11 4 3 7 0 0 0 0

G Rec Yds TD Lg 2011 11 0 0 0 0 2012 11 10 142 0 45 Totals 22 10 142 0 45

Tackles......................................................................................2, at Missouri (2012)

Receptions..............................................................4, at Tennessee-Martin (2012) Receiving Yards..................................................45, vs. Central Arkansas (2012) Long Reception.................................................45, vs. Central Arkansas (2012)

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15 Matt McCormick

DB • 6-2 • 200 • Fr. • RS Denham Springs, La. • Live Oak HS

P • 6-0 • 200 • Sr. • 1L Covington, La. • Covington HS

2012: Redshirt season. High School: Named All-District and All-Livingston Parish as a quarterback at Live Oak High School ... finished his prep career at LOHS after transferring from nearby Central … threw a pair of touchdowns and ran for two more in non-district victory over perennial power Redemptorist ... also lettered in baseball where he was an All-District, All-Parish and All-Metro selection ... a member of the National Honor Society and Beta Club.

Career Honors: - 2011 All-Southland Conference (Honorable Mention) - 2011 LSWA Special Teams Player of the Week (Nov. 14)

Personal: Born in Baton Rouge ... the son of Bob and Sharon LeBlanc ... has one sister ... father played football at Elon and played in the NFL with the Buffalo Bills, New York Jets and Dallas Cowboys ... enjoys fishing and hanging out with friends and family ... majoring in fitness and human performance.

2011: Earned honorable mention All-Southland Conference honors after taking over starting punting duties midway through the season … Averaged 41.5 yards per punt on 36 punts … Had seven punts of 50-plus yards, including a seasonlong 61-yard effort against Stephen F. Austin – the fifth-longest punt in school history … His performance against the Lumberjacks earned him Special Teams Player of the Week honors … Against SFA, his 10 punts totaled a school-record 467 yards … The 10 punts were the second-highest total in school history, while the 46.7 yard per punt average was the third-best single-game effort by a Lion … Averaged 44.8 yards per punt, including a 60-yarder versus Lamar … Had at least one 50-yard punt in all but two games he appeared in … Did not have a punt blocked during the season … Had one kickoff on the year in the season opener at Tulane.

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Southeastern Louisiana

2010: Saw action in three games as a reserve punter … Averaged 33.8 yards per punt on five kicks … Averaged 42.7 yards per punt versus Tennessee-Martin … Had a season-long 44 yard punt versus UTM … Had one punt for 32 yards at Stephen F. Austin. 2009: Redshirt season.

Career Stats G 2010 8 2012 11 Totals 19

Rec 3 28 31

Yds TD 35 0 401 1 436 1

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High School: All-State, All-District and All-Metro selection at Covington High School … coached by Matter Scobel and Darryl Graham … Ran a 10.91 in the 100 meters … Also was a member of FCA. Personal: Born Matthew James McCormick in Covington … Son of Joseph and Dawn McCormick … Has a younger sister, Kelly … Majoring in fitness and human performance.

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G Punts Yds Avg LG 2010 3 5 169 33.8 44 2011 8 36 1494 41.5 61 2012 6 2 49 24.5 36 Totals 17 43 1712 34.9 61

Receptions............................................................. 6, vs. Central Arkansas (2012) Receiving Yards..................................................... 90, vs. McNeese State (2012) Receiving Touchdowns..................................... 1, vs. Central Arkansas (2012) Long Reception........................................................44, at Nicholls State (2012) Rushes................................................................... 2, at Sam Houston State (2012) Rushing Yards...........................................................................15, at Lamar (2012) Longest Rush...........................................................................15, at Lamar (2012) Punt Returns......................................................... 2, at Central Arkansas (2010) Punt Return Yards............................................. 54, at Stephen F. Austin (2012) Longest Punt Return....................................... 54, at Stephen F. Austin (2012) Punt Return Touchdowns.................................1, at Stephen F. Austin (2012) Kickoff Returns...............................1 (twice), last vs. Central Arkansas (2012) Kickoff Return Yards.................................. 22, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Longest Kickoff Return............................ 22, vs. Northwestern State (2012)

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87 Jeremy Meyers

Punts....................................................................... 10, at Stephen F. Austin (2011) Punting Yards..................................................... 467, at Stephen F. Austin (2011) Punting Average.............................................. 46.7, at Stephen F. Austin (2011) Long Punt............................................................. 61, at Stephen F. Austin (2011)

6 Tony McCrea WR • 5-10 • 175 • Sr. • 2L Irwinton, Ga. • Wilkinson County HS Career Honors: - 2012 All-Southland Conference (Honorable Mention) 2012: An honorable mention All-Southland choice after leading the team with 28 receptions and 401 yards … Caught six passes for 75 yards and a score, while also completing a 45-yard pass versus Central Arkansas … Had five catches for a season-high 90 yards in 25-24 victory over McNeese State … Caught at least one pass in all but one game … In the game he was held without a reception, he returned a punt for a 54-yard touchdown in a 42-27 Southland win over Stephen F. Austin.

TE • 6-2 • 225 • Jr. • 2L Baton Rouge, La. • St. Michael’s HS Career Honors: - 2012 All-Southland Conference (Honorable Mention) - 2012 All-Louisiana (Second Team) 2012: Represented the Lions on both the All-Southland Conference (honorable mention) and All-Louisiana (second team) squads … Finished the year with 21 catches for 190 yards and a team-high three touchdown receptions … Caught three passes for 27 yards and two touchdowns in 35-16 win at Nicholls State to close the regular season … Finished with three receptions for a season-high 50 yards and a touchdown in a 42-27 victory over Stephen F. Austin … Also pulled in three catches versus Missouri, South Dakota State and Northwestern State.

2011: Did not play. 2010: Saw action in eight games … Finished the season with three catches for 35 yards … Caught two passes for 24 yards and returned two punts for six yards at Central Arkansas … Made an 11-yard catch at Stephen F. Austin. 2009: Redshirt season. High School: Named the Class 1A Defensive Player by the Georgia Sports Writers Association … recorded 41 tackles with nine interceptions and 15 pass breakups for coach James Hagins … rushed for 755 yards and 11 touchdowns while completing 43 of 75 passes for 848 yards and 20 touchdowns … led the Warriors to the semifinals in the state playoffs as a senior … named to the first team for All-Middle Georgia, All-Albany and All-Region … played on state championship teams in basketball and track. Personal: Born Everett McCrea, Jr. in Bossier City … The son of Everett McCrea, Sr. and Millicent Whitby … Has three sisters, Melisha, Meliea and Maya … a nursing major.

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Lion Football 2013

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2011: Made the switch to safety, seeing action in eight games … Posted four tackles (three solo) … Had tackles versus Savannah State, McNeese State, Central Arkansas and Sam Houston State. 2010: Redshirt season. High School: A four-year starter at St. Michael the Archangel … passed for 2,742 yards and 30 touchdowns as a senior … finished third in the state in passing yards … a two-star recruit by Rivals.com … named the District 7-4A Offensive MVP … first-team all-district, all-metro and honorable mention all-state selection in 2009 … participated in the Red Stick Bowl … named all-district all four years at quarterback … earned all-district honors as a punter in 2007 and 2008 … coached by Eric Held. Personal: Born Jeremy Joseph Meyers in Baton Rouge … Parents are Michael and Theresa Meyers … Has two older brothers, Joel and James … James was an All-American swimmer at LSU.

Career Stats G 2010 8 2012 11 Totals 19

Rec 3 28 31

Yds TD 35 0 401 1 436 1

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LB • 6-1 • 235 • Jr. • 2L Amite, La. • Oak Forest Academy 2012: Played in all 11 games, making starts versus McNeese State and UAB … Finished the season with 43 tackles (35 solo), four tackles for loss, two sacks and an interception … Posted season-high nine tackles, two tackles for loss and a sack versus South Dakota State … Credited with seven stops and a tackle for loss at Tennessee-Martin … Lone interception keyed Southeastern’s 31-21 victory at Lamar … Finished with six tackles in 42-27 win over Stephen F.Austin … Credited with a sack in a 35-16 season-ending triumph over Nicholls State. 2011: Saw action in nine games as a reserve linebacker … Finished the year with nine tackles (six solo) … Made five tackles in 63-6 victory over Savannah State … Made two stops at Stephen F. Austin … Also had tackles versus Tulane and Nicholls State.

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Receptions............................................................. 6, vs. Central Arkansas (2012) Receiving Yards..................................................... 90, vs. McNeese State (2012) Receiving Touchdowns..................................... 1, vs. Central Arkansas (2012) Long Reception........................................................44, at Nicholls State (2012)

27 Harlan Miller DB • 6-0 • 170 • So. • 1L Kentwood, La. • Kentwood HS 2012: Appeared in all 11 games as a true freshman … Recorded seven tackles (six solo) … Credited with two tackles – including one for loss – at Sam Houston State …. Also made two stops versus South Dakota State and UAB … Also posted a tackle at Nicholls State. High School: Named the District 7-1A Offensive Player of the Year after helping lead the Kangaroos to an 8-4 record and berth in the Class 1A playoffs … coached by David Currier … an honorable mention All-State selection in 2011 … accounted for 15 touchdowns as a junior, including 11 TD passes. Personal: Born in Hammond ... the son of Harlan Garrett and Amy Ann Miller ... the oldest of three children ... enjoys playing basketball and football, hunting, fishing and crabbing in his spare time ... majoring in business management.

High School: A three-time, first-team All-District selection at Oak Forest Academy … coached by Jason Brabham … named the Conference Defensive MVP and tabbed first-team MAIS All-State as a senior … twice named the Gridiron Player of the Week.

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Personal: Born Drew Douglas Misita in Hammond, La. … One of Doug and Mary Kay Misita’s two children … Has a brother, Ace … Cousin of Danny Magee, MLB player with the Atlanta Braves … Hobbies include spending time with family, watching football, and working out … Majoring in general studies.

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G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR 2012 11 6 1 7 1.0 0 0 0

G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR INT 2011 9 6 3 9 0 0 0 0 0 2012 11 35 8 43 4 0 0 0 1 Totals 20 41 11 52 1 0 0 0 1

Tackles.........................................2 (3 times), last at Sam Houston State (2012) Tackles for Loss................................................ 1, at Sam Houston State (2012)

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Tackles.................................................................9, vs. South Dakota State (2012) Tackles for Loss...............................................2, vs. South Dakota State (2012) Sacks................................................................................1, at Nicholls State (2012) Interceptions............................................................................. 1, at Lamar (2012)

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Southeastern Louisiana 94 Jacob Newman

33 Kaleb Muse LB • 6-0 • 250 • Jr. • 2L Ponchatoula, La. • Ponchatoula HS

DL • 6-2 • 275 • Jr. • JC Visalia, Calif. • College of the Sequoias

2012: Started nine of 11 games at linebacker for the Lions … Led the team and ranked 10th in the Southland Conference with 80 tackles (45 solo) … Also recorded five tackles for loss, two sacks, two forced fumbles (10th in the Southland) and an interception … Posted a season-high 14 tackles and a sack versus South Dakota State … Also posted double-digit tackle totals versus Central Arkansas (11) and Tennessee-Martin (10) … Made nine stops in 27-22 victory over Northwestern State … Returned interception for 14 yards to go with seven tackles in 42-27 league triumph over Stephen F. Austin … Also had seven stops and a sack at UAB.

Prior to Southeastern: A two-time First-Team Valley All-Conference selection at College of the Sequoias … recorded 21 tackles with eight tackles for loss and three sacks as a sophomore … registered a season-high five tackles, with three for loss and a sack, in a win over Foothill College … played in six games as a freshman and tallied 16 tackles with nine stops for loss and three sacks.

2011: Saw action in nine games as a reserve linebacker and a key special teams performer … Finished the season with 18 tackles (12 solo) and three tackles for loss … Recorded a season-high five tackles against Sam Houston State … Had four tackles, including two for loss, and a pass breakup at Stephen F. Austin … Made four stops in 31-14 win over Nicholls State in season finale … Credited with two tackles and a tackle for loss in 63-6 rout of Savannah State.

High School: Standout performer on the football, wrestling and track teams at El Diamante High School … Was named the football team’s Most Valuable Player as a senior. Personal: Born Jacob George Newman in Visalia, Calif. … One of Vincent and Tiffany Newman’s four sons … Has an older brother, Joseph, and two younger brothers,Vincent and Jack … a general studies major.

99 Ian Ott DL • 6-3 • 295 • So. • SQ Marrero, La. • Archbishop Shaw HS 2012: Did not see action. High School: Helped Archbishop Shaw High School to a Class 5A state title during his career … Recorded 44 tackles and six sacks as a senior … Also threw shot put for Shaw’s track and field team. Personal: Born in Harvey … Parents are Mark and Julie Ott … Has an older sister, Samantha … Majoring in kinesiology. High School: Three-year letterwinner for head coach Mike Baiamonte … helped lead the Green Wave to an 8-3 record and berth in the Class 5A state playoffs … led PHS in tackles final three seasons … two-time All-District 7-5A selection … named to honorable mention All-State team ... state champion in the shot put at the 2011 Class 5A Track and Field Meet. Personal: Born Kaleb Muse in Hammond, La. … One of Marshall and Linda Muse’s two children … Has a sister, Keema … Hobbies include sleeping, video games, and working out … Majoring in nursing.

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G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR INT 2011 9 12 6 18 3 1 0 0 0 2012 11 49 31 80 5 1 2 0 1 Totals 20 61 37 98 8 2 2 0 1

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Tackles...............................................................14, vs. South Dakota State (2012) Tackles For Loss....................................................2, at Stephen F. Austin (2011) Sacks........................................................................... 1 (twice), last at UAB (2012) Passes Defended............................1 (twice), last vs. Central Arkansas (2012) Forced Fumbles................................... 1 (twice), last at Nicholls State (2012) Interceptions.........................................................1, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2012)

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Lion Football 2013 62 Marshall Paris

Career Highs

Receptions.............................................................. 5, at Central Arkansas (2011) Receiving Yards....................................................................... 61, at Tulane (2011) Receiving Touchdowns................................................1, at McNeese State (2011) Long Reception...................................................................... 25, at Tulane (2011)

OL • 6-2 • 295 • Sr. • 3L Lake Charles, La. • Sam Houston HS

97 Terangi Phifer

2012: Anchored the Southeastern offensive line after taking over as the starting center … Started all 11 games for the Lions. 2011: Teamed with Gasten Gabriel to give Southeastern a formidable left side of the offensive line … Started all 11 games at left guard for the Lions.

DL • 5-10 • 260 • So. • SQ Slidell, La. • Northshore HS

2010: Broke in to the starting lineup on the offensive line midway through the season … Started at guard in the final five games of the year. 2009: Redshirt season.

2012: Saw action in one game on the defensive line … Appeared in Lions’ game at UAB.

High School: A first team All-District 4-4A selection for coach Russ Sutherland at Sam Houston High School … helped the Broncos to a state playoff berth … selected to the Academic All-State team as an honorable mention selection … named first team All-State by the Louisiana Coaches Association.

High School: Played nose guard for head coach Mike Bourg at Slidell’s Northshore High School ... named first-team All-District 7-5A as a senior in 2010 ... served as a team captain for the Panthers ... finished second overall in the 275pound division at the 2010 Louisiana State Powerlifting Meet.

Personal: Born Marshall Lee Paris in Alexandria … Parents are Mike and Ruthie Paris … Has an older brother, Matt and older sister, Mandy … an engineering technology major.

Personal: Born in St. Louis, Mo. ... the son of Terangi and Veronica Phifer ... father played football at Central Methodist University ... an engineering technology major.

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WR • 6-2 • 200 • So. • 1L Farmerville, La. • Farmerville HS

DB • 5-9 • 180 • Fr. • RS New Orleans, La. • Warren Easton HS

2012: Did not play.

High School: Two-time All-District performer at Warren Easton High School.

2011: Stepped in to start six of the 10 games he appeared in at receiver as a true freshman … Recorded 17 catches for 201 yards with a touchdown … In collegiate debut, had four catches for 61 yards at Tulane … Caught a seasonhigh five passes for 52 yards at Central Arkansas … Pulled down a 20-yard touchdown at McNeese State … Grabbed three passes for 31 yards in 63-6 win over Savannah State … Also had two catches at Northwestern State.

Personal: Born Troy Porter Jr. in New Orleans … The son of Troy and Jennifer Porter … Has an older sister, Troyionne … Has two younger brothers, Tre’ and Landon, and as a younger sister, London … A mechanical engineering major.

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High School: A two-time, first-team All-Northeast Louisiana selection … coached by Joe Spatafora … a two-time All-District 2-2A selection … helped the Farmers to a 9-3 record and regional berth in the Class 2A state playoffs … recorded 17 receptions for 470 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior … averaged 27.7 yards per catch … had 26 catches for 685 yards and five touchdowns as a junior.

OL • 6-1 • 310 • Jr. • JC Gulfport, Miss. • Miss. Gulf Coast CC

Personal: Born Carl Anthony Pearson Jr., in Oakland, Calif. … Son of Carl Pearson Sr., and Kathy Peaster … Has four siblings: brothers, Xavier, Kevin, and Maurice; sister, Amber … Cousin, Aubrey, played basketball at Wichita State … Nicknamed “CP” … Hobbies include hanging out and community service … Majoring in sports management.

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Southeastern Louisiana 40 John Roberts

1 Xavier Roberson RB • 5-9 • 180 • So. • 1L Atlanta, Ga. • Tri-Cities HS

LB • 6-3 • 220 • Sr. • 2L Baton Rouge, La. • St. Michael’s HS

Career Honors: - 2012 All-Southland Conference (Second Team) - 2012 Southland Conference Offensive Player of the Week (Nov. 12)

2012: Saw action in 10 games on the season … Posted eight tackles (seven solo) and one sack … Recorded a season-high three tackles at Tennessee-Martin … Credited with a sack in 25-24 Lion victory over McNeese State … Also made stops versus Missouri, South Dakota State, Lamar and UAB … Was the Southland Conference representative on the NCAA Division I Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.

2012: Earned second team All-Southland Conference all-purpose selection after leading the Lions in rushing and kickoff return average … Rushed for 488 yards and four touchdowns on 105 carries … Averaged 33.3 yards per kickoff return on 11 returns with a school-record tying two touchdowns … Also scored on only reception of 2012 … Was named Southland Conference Offensive Player of the Week after three-touchdown performance in 42-27 win over Stephen F. Austin … Carried 21 times for 117 yards and two touchdowns versus the Lumberjacks, while also returning a kickoff 96 yards for a touchdown … 59.0 yard per kickoff return average versus SFA was the highest single-game average in school history … In the season finale at Nicholls State, he contributed 89 rushing yards on 22 carries and returned a kickoff 88 yards for a touchdown to lead the Lions to a 35-16 victory … Scored first two touchdowns of career to go with 85 rushing yards on 15 carries in a 27-22 win over Northwestern State … Rushed for 75 yards on 15 carries in a 31-21 triumph at Lamar … Recorded a season-long 36-yard run and caught a 20-yard touchdown versus Central Arkansas.

2011: Played in all 11 games as a special teams standout and reserve linebacker … Credited with six tackles (five solo) … Made two tackles, including one for loss at Stephen F. Austin … Had two solo stops at Central Arkansas … Also credited with tackles versus Northwestern State and Texas State.

High School: Named the Atlanta/South Fulton Defensive Player of the Year by the Atlanta Journal Constitution ... named All-State as a kick returner in 2010 averaging 40 yards per return with a pair of TDs (98 and 96 yards) ... caught 18 passes for 332 yards and six TDs as a junior ... also added 33 tackles with four interceptions, six pass breakups and a pair of forced fumbles ... coached by Kenneth Miller ... also competed in track and basketball. Personal: Born in Atlanta ... the son of Adrian Anderson and Yaslyn Roberson ... has two siblings ... enjoys football and shopping ... undeclared on an academic major.

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G Rush Yds TD Rec Yds TD KR Yds TD 2012 11 105 488 4 1 20 1 11 366 2

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2010: Did not see action.

Rushes...........................................................................22, at Nicholls State (2012) Rushing Yards.................................................... 117, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2012) Rushing Touchdowns.................... 2 (twice), last vs. Stephen F. Austin (2012) Longest Run........................................................36, vs. Central Arkansas (2012) Receptions............................................................. 1, vs. Central Arkansas (2012) Receiving Yards..................................................20, vs. Central Arkansas (2012) Receiving Touchdowns..................................... 1, vs. Central Arkansas (2012) Longest Reception...........................................20, vs. Central Arkansas (2012) Kickoff Returns................................................. 7, at Sam Houston State (2012) Kickoff Return Yards.................................. 146, at Sam Houston State (2012) Kickoff Return Touchdowns............ 1 (twice), last at Nicholls State (2012) Long Kickoff Return...............................................96, at Nicholls State (2012)

2009: Redshirt season. High School: Two-time All-District selection in both football and baseball at St. Michael High School … twice named to Academic All-State team … Red Stick Bowl participant … Set school records for interceptions in a career (nine), season (five) and game (two). Personal: Born John Roberts, Jr. in Jefferson … Oldest son of John and Lisa Roberts … Has a younger brother, Joel … enjoys working out and reading … Majoring in accounting.

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G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR 2011 11 5 1 6 1 0 0 0 2012 10 7 1 8 1 0 0 0 Totals 21 12 2 14 2 0 0 0

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Tackles......................................................................3, at Tennessee-Martin (2012) Tackles For Loss................................ 1 (twice), last vs. McNeese State (2012) Sacks.............................................................................1, vs. McNeese State (2012)

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Lion Football 2013 58 Dereck Robinson

55 Taylor Romero

LB • 5-10 • 255 • So. • 1L St. Rose, La. • Destrehan HS

OL • 6-2 • 280 • Fr. • RS Manvel,Texas • Manvel HS

2012: Saw action in six games … Credited with four tackles (all solo) and a sack … Sack came in win over Nicholls State in the season finale … Also posted tackles versus McNeese State, Sam Houston State and Stephen F. Austin. High School: Named the Defensive Player of the Year at Destrehan High School … coached by Steven Robichaux ... a first-team District 8-5A selection … was the Wildcats’ primary run stopper, recording 78 tackles … also got into the backfield on a regular basis, finishing the regular season with 23 tackles for loss and eight sacks … caused four fumbles and recovered two. Personal: Born in St. Rose, La. ... the son of Landis and Shantell Nelson ... has two sisters, Lantrell and Lailah ... most exciting events witnessed were Destrehan’s Class 5A state football championships in 2007 and 2008 ... enjoys basketball, playing Madden, riding dirt bikes and cars ... majoring in finance.

2012: Redshirt season. High School: Named to the 61st annual Texas Sports Writers Association’s Class 4A all-state football team … a two-star prospect by Rivals.com … a three-year starter at left tackle for coach Kirk Martin ... a two-time All-District member ... twice named to the all-Greater Houston squad ... had 45 knockdowns and 52 pancakes, helping the Mavericks win the 24-4A district championship … had 14 pancake blocks in the 4A Region 3 Championship game against La Marque … a member of the Houston Hot 100 ... also a three-year letterwinner in track and powerlifting. Personal: Born in Houston, Texas ... the son of Russell and Sherry Romero ... has two siblings ... enjoys fishing and hunting in his spare time ... majoring in kinesiology.

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G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR 2012 6 4 0 4 1 0 0 0

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Tackles...................................................1 (4 times), last at Nicholls State (2012) Tackles For Loss.........................................................1, at Nicholls State (2012) Sacks................................................................................1, at Nicholls State (2012)

48 Juwaan Rogers LB • 6-0 • 245 • So. • 1L Amite, La. • Amite HS

K • 5-10 • 180 • Sr. • 3L Lafayette, La. • Lafayette HS 2012: Was 6 of 14 on field goal attempts and connected on all but one of his 24 point after touchdown tries … Connected on a career-long 49-yard field goal – the second-longest in school history - in a 25-24 victory over McNeese State … Made both of his field goal attempts in a 27-22 win over Northwestern State … Also connected on field goals versus Missouri, Lamar and UAB … Enters senior season ranked third on the school’s career list in field goals made, field goals attempted, PAT’s made, PAT’s attempted and sixth in total scoring.

2012: Played in 10 games on the season … Made lone start in 31-21 win at Lamar … Credited with a 14-yard kickoff return versus Central Arkansas. High School: Named the LSWA Class 3A Outstanding Defensive Player and first team all-state linebacker following the 2011 season … helped Amite to a 12-2 record and a Class 3A state runner-up finish … a three-star prospect by Rivals.com … ranked the No. 21 prospect in the state of Louisiana … a three-time Class 3A All-State selection and three-time All-District 7-3A selection for the Warriors … tallied over 400 tackles in his four-year career at AHS ... coached by Alden Foster ... also competed in track. Personal: Born in Amite ... the son of Shirley Rogers ... mother played basketball at Alcorn State ... his biggest sports thrill was playing for a state high school championship in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome ... a industrial technology major.

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Southeastern Louisiana

2010: Connected on 10 of 14 field goals and 27 of 28 point after attempts … Third in the Southland Conference in field goals made, field goal percentage (71.4) and PAT percentage (96.4) … Season performances in field goals (8th), PAT (8th), PAT percentage (7th) and FG percentage (4th) are among the best by a Lion … Was 3-for-3 on field goals versus Northwestern State … Hit a season-long 47-yard field goal versus the Demons – the third-longest field goal in school history … Also was 3-for-3 on field goals at Central Arkansas … Made his final nine field goal and 15 PAT attempts on the year … Headed into sophomore season ranked among the school’s career leaders in field goal percentage (2nd), PAT percentage (5th) and field goals made (7th).

Receptions............................................................ 5 (twice), last at Lamar (2012) Receiving Yards...................................................................44, at Missouri (2012) Receiving Touchdowns................1 (twice), last at Tennessee-Martin (2012) Longest Reception...................................................................24, at UAB (2012) Kickoff Returns...............................6 (twice), last vs. Central Arkansas (2012) Kickoff Return Yards............................................................. 141, at UAB (2012) Long Kickoff Return.............................................................47, at Lamar (2012)

High School: Named first-team All-District 3-5A and All-Acadiana as a senior … named the Southern Pigskin All-Area kicker … converted on 15 of 15 extra points as a senior … kicked a long field goal of 49 yards … 30 of 32 kickoffs (94 percent) were touchbacks … coached by Mark Barousse.

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Personal: Born Seth Thomas Sebastian in Lafayette … The oldest child of Chip and Kelli Sebastian … Has a younger sister, Courtney … Majoring in business management.

DB • 6-2 • 205 • Jr. • 2L Westlake, La. • Westlake HS

Career Stats

Career Honors: - 2012 All-Southland Conference (Honorable Mention) - 2012 Southland Conference Defensive Player of the Week (11/12) - 2011 College Sports Journal All-Freshman Team

G FGA FGM Lg PAT Pts 2010 11 14 10 47 27 57 2011 11 21 14 45 35 77 2012 11 14 6 49 23 41 Totals 33 49 30 49 85 175

2012: Named Honorable Mention All-Southland Conference … Third on the team with 63 tackles (48 solo) … Also had 4.5 tackles for loss, a sack and two interceptions … Named Southland Conference Defensive Player of the Week after posting 10 tackles and an interception in a victory over Stephen F. Austin … Also caught a 21-yard pass versus SFA … Had seven tackles – including 2.5 for loss and a sack – in Southland win at Lamar … Picked off a pass and returned it 19 yards to go with six tackles versus South Dakota State … Had seven tackles and blocked a kick in Lion victory at Nicholls State … Credited with nine tackles versus Central Arkansas and eight stops at Tennessee-Martin … Also had tackles for loss at UTM and Sam Houston State.

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Field Goals Made.....................3 (twice), last vs. Northwestern State (2010) Field Goals Attempted.......3 (4 times), last vs. Sam Houston Staet (2011) Long Field Goal.................................................... 49, vs. McNeese State (2012) PAT’s Made.................................................................9, vs. Savannah State (2011) PAT’s Attempted.....................................................9, vs. Savannah State (2011) Points......................................................................11, at Central Arkansas (2010)

14 Jeff Smiley WR • 5-9 • 175 • So. • 1L Flower Mound,Texas • Marcus HS 2012: Played in all 11 games at wide receiver, making a start versus McNeese State … Finished the season with 21 receptions for 179 yards and two touchdowns … Also averaged 19.8 yards on 24 kickoff returns … Opened season with five catches for 44 yards and a touchdown at Missouri … Also caught a touchdown at Tennessee-Martin … Also credited with five receptions at Lamar and a season-long 47-yard kickoff return … Made three catches – including a season-long 24-yard reception at UAB. High School: Named Co-MVP of District 8-5A and was selected as a firstteam running back at Marcus High School … carried the ball 137 times for a 9.87 yard average … scored 18 rushing TDs … caught nine passes for 53 yards … high school teammate of Deion Sanders Jr. … coached by Bryan P. Erwin. Personal: Born Jeff Smiley IV … The son of Jeff Smiley III and Tanya Fields … Has two siblings … A kinesiology major.

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G Rush Yds TD Rec Yds TD KR Yds TD 2012 11 10 -2 0 21 179 2 24 474 0

Rushes.......................................................................................3, at Missouri (2012) Rushing Yards.........................................................................7, at Missouri (2012) Longest Run...........................................................................6, at Missouri (2012)

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High School: Selected as the All-Southwest Louisiana and District 4-3A Defensive Most Valuable Player … posted 80 tackles with nine for loss as a senior at Westlake High … a first-team Class 3A All-State selection … a first-team All-Southwest Louisiana pick … had five games with 10 or more tackles … first-team All-District 4-3A at defensive back and tight end … two-time honorable mention All-District pick … coached by Max Calderera … a three-time All-District pick in baseball. Personal: Born Tyler Stoddard in Lake Charles, La. … Son of Chad Clement and Amy McGee … Has two siblings: brother, Chad McGee, and sister, Kirstyn Schronk … Father played baseball at McNeese State … Hobbies include eating, working out, and sleeping … Majoring in health and physical education.

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G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR INT 2011 11 60 30 90 5 5 0 0 1 2012 11 48 15 63 4.5 2 0 0 2 Totals 22 108 45 153 9.5 7 0 0 3

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2011: Earned a spot on the inaugural College Sports Journal All-Freshman Team after finishing the season eighth in the Southland Conference with a team-high 90 tackles (60 solo) … Also broke up five passes, was credited with five tackles for loss and had one interception … Moved into starting strong safety spot for the final eight games of the season … Had five games of double-digit tackles … Made a season-high 13 stops against McNeese State and Sam Houston State … Recorded 11 tackles in victories over Texas State and Nicholls State … Best allaround came at Stephen F.Austin, where he had 10 tackles – three for loss – and an interception … Also had tackles for loss versus Lamar and Northwestern State … Also credited with two pass breakups versus Sam Houston State and Nicholls State … Also broke up pass at Central Arkansas.

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Lion Football 2013 4 Kody Sutton

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RB • 5-8 • 195 • So. • TR Texarkana,Texas • Wyoming

DB • 6-3 • 190 • So. • 1L Clearwater, Fla. • Countryside HS

Prior to Southeastern: Played in five games as a true freshman at Wyoming in 2011, gaining 146 yards on 30 carries, highlighted by a season-high 56-yard performance against Air Force … averaged 4.9 yards per carry and finished fifth for the Cowboys in rushing … did not play in 2012 after leaving UW for personal reasons.

2012: Saw action in 10 games … Credited with nine tackles (seven solo) … Also had an interception, a forced fumble and a sack … Sack and forced fumble keyed Southeastern’s 27-22 win over Northwestern State … Made two tackles and picked off a pass in a 31-21 win at Lamar … Also posted two tackles at Missouri … Credited with stops versus South Dakota State, Tennessee-Martin, McNeese State and Sam Houston State.

High School: An Honorable Mention All-State Class 4A selection by the Texas Associated Press Sports Editors in 2010 at Texas High … earned First Team AllDistrict 13-4A and All-Area honors as a running back his senior season as he rushed for 1,718 yards and scored 17 touchdowns … ran for 1,187 yards and scored 10 touchdowns as a junior … became a starter his sophomore year and gained 861 yards with 10 rushing touchdowns.

7 Marice Sutton DB • 5-10 • 180 • Jr. • 2L New Orleans, La. • New Mexico Prep 2012: Started seven games in the secondary and played in all 11 contests … Fifth on the team with 57 tackles (41 solo) … Also had four pass breakups, an interception, a forced fumble and two tackles for loss … Recorded a season-high 11 tackles – including two for loss – in victory at Nicholls State … Interception came versus Central Arkansas … Had 10 tackles and a forced fumble at Missouri … Made nine tackles and broke up a pass in win over Lamar … Credited with two pass breakups to help Southeastern get past Stephen F. Austin … Made at least one tackle in every game.

2011: Redshirt season. High School: Posted 32 tackles with nine interceptions and five pass breakups as a senior at Countryside High School … named All-Suncoast Football … coached by Jared Davis … named the Florida All-Star Game MVP … a firstteam All-District 8-5A selection and All-State nominee … helped the Cougars to a 12-1 record a berth in the 5A regional final. Personal: Born Denzel Jamar Thompson in Clearwater, Fla. … Son of Johnny Gordon and Janet Thompson … Has two siblings: brother, Brian, and sister, Jaslyn … His uncle played in the NFL with the Atlanta Falcons … Nicknamed “DT” … Enjoys playing basketball … Majoring in industrial technology.

Career Stats

G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR INT 2012 10 7 2 9 1 0 1 0 1

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Tackles.................................................................... 2 (twice), last at Lamar (2012) Tackles For Loss............................................ 1, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Sacks................................................................... 1, vs. Northwestern State (2012) Interceptions............................................................................. 1, at Lamar (2012) Fumbles Forced............................................ 1, vs. Northwestern State (2012)

2011: Played in nine games, making four starts in the defensive backfield … Recorded 42 tackles (27 solo), one tackle for loss, one interception and two pass breakups … Finished with 10 tackles, an interception and broke up a pass at Stephen F. Austin … Also credited with 10 tackles at Southern Miss … Had seven tackles in season opener at Tulane … Broke up a pass at Northwestern State … Posted tackle for loss in 63-6 rout of Savannah State. High School: All-District and All-Metro at St. Augustine High School … Had 46 tackles, five interceptions, six pass breakups, four fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles … Captained the team three years. Personal: Born in New Orleans … Parents are Derrick Henderson, Sr. and Trina Sutton … A sport management major.

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G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR INT 2011 9 27 15 42 1 2 1 0 1 2012 11 41 16 57 2 4 1 0 1 Totals 20 68 31 99 3 6 2 0 2

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Tackles..........................................................................11, at Nicholls State (2012) Tackles For Loss.........................................................2, at Nicholls State (2012) Interceptions...................................1 (twice), last vs. Central Arkansas (2012) Fumbles Forced............................................. 1 (twice), last at Missouri (2012) Passes Defended.........................2 (3 times), last vs. Stephen F. Austin (2012)

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Southeastern Louisiana 42 Tyler Tourelle

LB • 5-11 • 215 • Jr. • 1L Covington, La. • St. Paul’s School 2012: Saw action versus UAB and Nicholls State … Credited with two tackles at UAB … Also had a sack at Nicholls State.

Personal: Born in Bellflower, Calif. ... the son of Peter and Linda Triay ... has one brother, Dominic, and one sister, Miranda ... enjoys bowling, basketball, camping and fishing ... majoring in sport management.

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G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR INT 2012 11 17 10 27 3 0 0 0 0

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Tackles.........................................................................5, vs. McNeese State (2012) Tackles for Loss.................................1 (3 times), last at Nicholls State (2012) Sacks................................................................................1, at Nicholls State (2012)

2011: Saw action in seven games, seeing action on special teams and as a reserve linebacker … Recorded eight tackles (six solo) … Posted a season-high four tackles (three solo) at Central Arkansas … Recorded two stops versus Sam Houston State … Also credited with tackles versus Lamar and Northwestern State.

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High School: A three-year starter for coach Ken Sears at St. Paul’s School … helped SPS post a 28-3 record as a starter … a two-time All-District 7-5A selection … totaled 88 tackles with two interceptions as a senior … helped the Wolves to a 12-1 record and quarterfinal berth in the Class 5A state playoffs … an honorable mention All-State selection … led SPS in tackles his final two seasons … named to the Clarion Herald Defensive Team. Personal: Born Tyler Tourelle in New Orleans, La. … One of Eddie and Denise Tourelle’s three children … Has a brother, Josh, and a sister, Chloe … Parents are both Southeastern alum … Father played NCAA football at Nicholls State before transferring to Southeastern in 1985 … Hobbies include working out, fishing, and playing sports … Majoring in business administration.

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G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR INT 2011 7 6 2 8 0 0 0 0 0 2012 2 2 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 Totals 9 8 3 11 1 0 0 0 0

OL • 6-2 • 260 • Fr. • RS League City,Texas • Clear Creek HS 2012: Redshirt season. High School: A two-time All-District 24-5A selection at Clear Creek High School … made 34 consecutive starts at CCHS ... helped CCHS to the third round of the Texas state playoffs for the first time in school history ... a member of the Houston Hot 100 … coached by Darrell Warden ... a team captain and second-team All-Galveston County selection ... also competed in track where he threw the shot put ... named Mr. Clear Creek ... member of Club Adrenaline and served as a Powder Puff coach. Personal: Born in Galveston, Texas ... the son of Richard and Karen Wagner ... has one brother, Keith ... spends his spare time lifting weights, fishing, boating and hanging out with friends ... a sports management major.

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Tackles...................................................................... 4, at Central Arkansas (2011) Tackles for Loss..........................................................1, at Nicholls State (2012) Sacks................................................................................1, at Nicholls State (2012)

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91 Greg Triay DE • 6-2 • 275 • Sr. • 1L Upland, Calif. • Citrus CC 2012: Played in all 11 games, making 10 starts on the defensive line … Finished with 27 tackles (17 solo), three tackles for loss and a sack … Made season-high five stops versus McNeese State … Had a sack at Nicholls State … Credited with tackles for loss versus South Dakota State and Tennessee-Martin … Had at least one tackle in every game. Prior to Southeastern: Recorded 24 total tackles including one sack, two stops for loss and a fumble recovery … recorded 12 total tackles and three sacks as a freshman … coached by Ron Ponciano at Citrus CC. High School: Totaled 68 tackles with 10 sacks and four pass breakups as a senior at Upland High School ... named a first-team All-CIF and second-team All-Baseline League selection in 2010, helping UHS to the CIF championship ... named a team captain as a senior.

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DB • 5-11 • 190 • Sr. • 2L Lutcher, La. • Memphis Career Honors: - 2012 All-Southland Conference (Honorable Mention) 2012: Earned honorable mention All-Southland Conference honors … Started all but one game at cornerback … Finished with 27 tackles (23 solo), an interception and a team-high nine pass breakups … Fifth in the Southland in passes defended … Picked off a pass and had four tackles in season-closing victory at Nicholls State … Credited with a season-high five tackles at Tennessee-Martin … Broke up three passes in win over Stephen F. Austin … Also credited with two breakups versus Northwestern State and Central Arkansas … Credited with tackles for loss versus Tennessee-Martin and UAB … Had at least one tackle in every game. 2011: Started seven games at corner back, playing in eight games in all … Finished the season with 15 tackles (14 solo), one interception and two pass breakups … Had three tackles and an interception versus Sam Houston State … Posted a season-high four tackles at Central Arkansas … Credited with three solo stops in 63-6 win over Savannah State … Broke up passes versus Tulane and Texas State.

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Prior to Southeastern: Played in nine games with six starts as a true freshman for the Tigers, totaling nine tackles and tying for the team-lead with two interceptions ... started five of the first six games for Memphis... collected both interceptions in a win over Middle Tennessee and recorded a season-high three tackles against East Carolina in his first career start. High School: Rated as a three-star defensive back and the No. 45 prospect by Rivals.com out of Lutcher High School ... was the River Parish Defensive Player of the Year ... coached by Tim Detillier ... recorded 48 tackles, 18 pass breakups and three interceptions as a senior in 2009 and helped the Bulldogs to a 13-1 record and an appearance in the Class 4A state semifinals ... as a junior in 2008, helped Lutcher to a 12-2 record and the Class 3A championship after recording 40 tackles and three interceptions. Personal: Born Todd Denzell Washington in Metairie … Parents are Todd and Roxanne Washington … Has two siblings … Majoring in business finance.

DL • 6-2 • 295 • Sr. • 1L Houston,Texas • Blinn JC 2012: Played in every game, starting seven on the defensive line … Finished the season with 22 tackles (11 solo) and two tackles for loss … Recorded a seasonhigh five tackles versus Central Arkansas … Made four stops versus Sam Houston State and Stephen F. Austin … Credited with three tackles versus McNeese State … Had tackles for loss versus Sam Houston State and Nicholls State. Prior to Southeastern: Rated a two-star prospect by Rivals.com ... originally committed to Texas State before signing with Southeastern … Had 26 total tackles, including one TFL in 2011 at Blinn College … Helped lead Blinn to a 9-2 record and No. 10 ranking in final NJCAA poll.

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G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR INT 2011 8 14 1 15 0 2 0 0 1 2012 11 23 4 27 2 9 0 0 1 Totals 19 37 5 42 2 11 0 0 2

High School: Named second-team All-District 15-5A ... helped the Cougars to a worst-to-first turnaround, finishing 8-2 overall and 7-0 in league play in 2008 after going 0-7 the previous year ... picked off three passes as a senior, returning one for a touchdown.

Career Highs

Tackles......................................................................5, at Tennessee-Martin (2012) Tackles for Loss..................................................... 1 (twice), last at UAB (2012) Interceptions......................................... 1 (twice), last at Nicholls State (2012) Pass Breakups.......................................................3, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2012)

Personal: Born in Houston ... the son of Wanda and the late Delmus Williams ... the youngest of three children ... cousin, Brandell Jackson, played football at Baylor from 1992-94 ... enjoys spending time with friends and family in his spare time ... majoring in sports management.

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G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR INT 2012 11 11 11 22 2 0 0 0 0

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Tackles..................................................................... 5, vs. Central Arkansas (2012) Tackles for Loss.................................... 1 (twice), last at Nicholls State (2012)

67 Geremy Wilson 19 Tanner Wells QB • 6-0 • 220 • So. • SQ Denham Springs,La.• Denham Springs HS

2011: Redshirt season.

Personal: Born James Tanner Wells in Baton Rouge, La. … One of Harry and Lisa Wells’ three children … Has two sisters, Lacey and Kristy … Sister, Kristy, is a Southeastern alum … Hobbies include sports, hunting, and fishing … Majoring in general studies.

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2009: Redshirt season.

High School: Lettered for former Southeastern baseball player Dru Nettles at Denham Springs High School … helped the Yellow Jackets to an 8-3 record and berth in the Class 5A state playoffs.

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2010: Saw action in two games as a reserve offensive lineman … Played versus Sam Houston State and Stephen F. Austin.

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Southeastern Louisiana 43 Caleb Young

LB • 6-3 • 225 • So. • 1L Houston,Texas • North Shore HS 2012: Worked his way into the lineup in the latter half of the season … Played in four games total, making eight tackles (seven solo) and a sack … Made three stops and a sack in a 27-22 win over Northwestern State … Also credited with three tackles at Sam Houston State … Also made stops versus Central Arkansas and at Nicholls State. High School: A two-time All-District 21-5A selection at North Shore High School … helped lead the Mustangs to an 8-4 record in 2011 … named a team captain ... earned the team’s Best Defensive Lineman Award ... was part of a Mustang squad that posted an 11-2 record in 2010 … named to the 2011 Region 3 Super List by 5ATexasFootball.com. Personal: Born in Houston ... the son of Nolan Collins and Chandra Young ... has one brother ... majoring in physics.

2013 Newcomer Bios 61 Tyler Abadie OL • 6-1 • 265 • Fr. • HS Baton Rouge, La. • Central HS

An All-District 4-5A performer at Central High School … helped the Wildcats to a 10-2 record and berth in the regional round of the 2012 state playoffs … a three-year starter for CHS … as a junior, helped the Wildcats to a 7-5 record and berth in the regional round of the state playoffs … coached by Sid Edwards.

70 Duane Abney OL • 6-4 • 285 • Jr. • JC Lancaster, Calif. • Antelope Valley College

A 2012 first-team All-Pacific Conference selection at Antelope Valley College … key contributor on a offensive line that helped AVC average 468 yards of total offense, including 243 on the ground … helped the Marauders to a 7-3 record … started 10 games at left tackle as a freshman in 2011 … a four-year letterwinner for Chad Shrout at Lancaster High School … a three-time All-Golden League selection.

45 A.J. Bowen DL • 6-1 • 295 • So. • JC Olive Branch, Miss. • Copiah-Lincoln CC

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G UA A Total TFL PD FF FR INT 2012 4 7 1 8 0 0 0 0 0

Played in eight games as a redshirt freshman at Copiah-Lincoln Community College … recorded 20 tackles with one sack … will have three years of eligibility remaining … helped Co-Lin to a 9-3 record and its first Mississippi JUCO state championship since 1985 … spent the 2011 season as a redshirt at Division II Delta State … played for coach Pete Hurt at Centerhill High School … played tight end, fullback and defensive end … was the state’s defensive player of the year and a first-team all-district selection … also ran track.

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Tackles............................................ 3 (twice), last at Sam Houston State (2012) Sacks................................................................... 1, vs. Northwestern State (2012)

46 Hunter Brian LB • 5-11 • 205 • Fr. • HS Baton Rouge, La. • Parkview Baptist HS

An All-District 6-3A selection and honorable mention Class 3A All-State pick as a senior at Parkview Baptist School … helped PBS to a 15-0 record and the 2012 state title … coached by Kenny Guillot … returned an interception 98 yards for a touchdown in a district contest against West Feliciana … intercepted a pass and forced a fumble in a state semifinal victory against Livonia.

59 Peyton Zeringue LS • 5-8 • 220 • Jr. • SQ Hahnville, La. • Hahnville HS 2012: Did not see action. High School: Prep standout at Hahnville High School … Also played first base on the school’s baseball team.

52 Toby Briggs LB • 6-2 • 250 • Fr. • HS Pineville, La. • Pineville HS

Named honorable mention All-CENLA by the Alexandria Daily Town Talk … a two-time second-team All-District 2-5A selection and Class 5A Academic AllState honoree … helped the Rebels to a 5-5 record as a senior.

36 Tim Callian K/P • 6-4 • 175 • Jr. • JC Irvine, Calif. • New Mexico Miliary Institute

A second-team All-WSFL selection as a sophomore at New Mexico Military Institute … made seven of 10 field goals on the season with a long of 49 yards … converted on 45 of 52 extra point attempts on the season … ranked as the No. 23 punter by the NJCAA … averaged 35.9 yards per punt, posting a long of 65 yards with 10 punts placed inside the 20-yard line.

Personal: Born Payton Thomas Zeringue in New Orleans … Oldest child of Cory and Michele Zeringue … Has two siblings … Uncle, Johnny Brechtel, was a longtime assistant for the Southeastern baseball team … A sport management major.

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Lion Football 2013 96 Titus Charles DL • 6-0 • 305 • Fr. • HS New Orleans, La. • Edna Karr HS

A two-time Class 4A All-State selection at New Orleans’ Edna Karr High School … named twice to the New Orleans Times Picayune All-Metro Team … helped Karr to the 2012 Class 4A state championship along with a pair of state runner-up finishes (2010, 2011) … twice named to the All-District 9-4A team … recorded 65 tackles with 20 stops for loss as a junior.

72 Taylor Cochran DL • 6-3 • 315 • Fr. • HS LaPlace, La. • St. Charles Catholic HS

An All-District 7-3A selection as a senior at St. Charles Catholic High School … registered 35 tackles in eight games played for the Comets … coached by Frank Monica … helped SCC to consecutive District 7-3A titles … as a junior, helped SCC to a 15-0 record and the Class 3A state title … a two-star recruit by Rivals. com and Scout.com … named to the Clarion Herald Elite Football Team … rated as the No. 36 prospect in Louisiana by DandyDon.com.

6 Isaiah Corbett LB • 6-3 • 250 • Jr. • JC Belle Glade, Fla. • Coahoma CC

Played one season at Coahoma Community College where he was a first-team MACJC selection … will have two years of eligibility remaining … spent 2011 as a redshirt at Division II Delta State … played for Jesse Hester at Glade Central High School … recorded 108 tackles with 14 sacks as a senior … a two-time All-State selection ... named All-Region and All-District.

34 Darrell Green DL • 6-2 • 280 • So. • TR Austin,Texas • Louisiana-Lafayette

28 Darius Guy RB • 5-10 • 205 • So. • JC Tunica, Miss. • Copiah-Lincoln CC

A second-team MACJC All-State selection at Copiah-Lincoln Community College … will have three years of eligibility remaining … finished fourth in the MACJC in rushing yards, recording 863 with nine touchdowns … caught 20 passes for 202 yards and a TD … spent the 2011 season as a redshirt at Division II Delta State … rushed for 446 yards and four touchdowns as a senior at Rosa Fort HS … also caught 11 passes for 163 yards for the Lions.

16 Brody Hay P • 6-0 • 170 • Fr. • HS Ponchatoula, La. • Ponchatoula HS

An honorable mention Class 5A All-State selection and first-team All-District 6-5A pick for head coach Hank Tierney at Ponchatoula High School … named to the Class 5A Academic All-State team … helped the Green Wave to a 5-5 record and appearance in the Class 5A state playoffs.

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Lettered in football for coach Jason Brabham at Oak Forest Academy … helped the Yellow Jackets to a 5-6 record and berth in the South AA quarterfinals of the Mississippi Association of Independent Schools playoffs.

9 Darius Hunter WR • 5-10 • 170 • Fr. • HS Prosper,Texas • Prosper HS

Caught 38 passes for 611 yards and eight touchdowns in his final season at Prosper High School ... Also averaged over 11 yards a carry and rushed for five touchdowns ... Returned three kicks for touchdowns ... Father is Torii Hunter, 16-year Major League Baseball veteran, a four-time All-Star and a nine-time Gold Glove winner.

13 Eric Jenkins DB • 5-9 • 170 • Fr. • HS New Orleans, La. • Atlanta Sports Academy

Named to the Class 3A All-State team as a senior in 2011 at New Orleans’ McMain High School … helped the Mustangs to a 9-4 record a berth in the quarterfinals of the state playoffs … spent the 2012 season at the Atlanta Sports Academy … will have four years of eligibility for the Lions.

82 Jervinski Johnson WR • 6-4 • 190 • Fr. • HS Amite, La. • Amite HS

A second-team All-District 8-3A selection as a senior at Amite High School … a two-star prospect by Rivals.com and Scout.com … played one season for coach Alden Foster at AHS after transferring from nearby Ponchatoula.

Spent freshman season at Louisiana-Lafayette and did not see action ... First team All-District 25-5A selection as a senior at Austin High School ... Played defensive line, fullback and tight end ... Posted 44 tackles and seven sacks as a senior ... Represented AHS at the Max Emfinger All-American Bowl ... Posted six tackles and a sack in the contest.

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90 Keeland McElrath DL • 6-4 • 290 • So. • JC Ripley,Tenn. • Coahoma CC

Played as a redshirt freshman in 2012 for head coach Freeman Horton at Coahoma Community College … will have three years of eligibility remaining … competed in football and track at Ripley High School … claimed titles in the discus and shot put at 2010 Tennessee A-AA West Sectional Track Meet.

77 Javari Nichols DL • 6-3 • 290 • Fr. • HS Kentwood, La. • Kentwood HS

A two-time, first-team Class 1A All-State selection at Kentwood High School … named the District 7-1A Defensive MVP … recorded 48 tackles as a senior for the ‘Roos on defense while being named All-State on offense … helped KHS to an 11-2 record and a berth in the state semifinals in 2012 … coached by David Currier.

19 Ryan Noonan QB • 6-2 • 200 • Fr. • HS Slidell, La. • Pope John Paul HS

District 8-2A Most Valuable Player as a junior, after leading the district in with 1,200 passing yards, and 18 passing touchdowns … Also rushed for 1,000 yards and 16 touchdowns … Was first player in Pope John Paul history to top 1,000 yards in both passing and rushing in the same season … Played the majority of his senior season with a broken elbow on his non-throwing arm … Earned honorable mention All-State, first team All-District and first team All-Metro honors during his career.

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Player Profiles

Southeastern Louisiana

8 Kendrick Peeples WR • 5-11 • 175 • Jr. • JC Mableton, Ga. • Reedley College

Finished as the second-leading JUCO receiver in the state of California with 78 receptions for 839 yards and six touchdowns … a unanimous first-team All-Golden Gate Conference selection … named to the Northern California All-Region team … caught 20 passes for 191 and two TDs as a freshman … rated as one of the top defensive backs in the state of Georgia in high school, intercepting seven passes as a junior at Pebblebrook High School.

16 Justin Posthuma QB • 6-2 • 210 • Jr. • JC Pasadena, Calif. • Pasadena City College

29 Mike Smith DB • 6-3 • 205 • Jr. • JC Palmdale, Calif. • Antelope Valley CC

Intercepted seven passes and finished with 56 tackles in 2012 at Antelope Valley College … named a 2012 first-team All-Pacific Conference selection … standout performer at Antelope Valley High School … has two years of eligibility remaining.

57 William Stream DL • 6-4 • 300 • Jr. • JC Oakland, Calif. • Laney College

Recorded 19 tackles and a sack in 2012 at Laney College … a first-team All-Golden Gate Conference pick … had 29 tackles as a senior at Castlemont High School.

Spent the past two seasons at Pasadena City College after beginning his career in 2010 at UCLA ... Last season at PCC, completed 60-of-126 passes for 799 yards and three touchdowns ... Best game came against Citrus (Calif.) College where he went 19-for-35 for 279 yards and a pair of touchdowns ... As a freshman in 2011, was limited to two games for the Lancers but finished 25-for-40 for 443 yards and five TDs ... opened the year against Glendale College going 18-for-22 through the air for 323 yards and five TDs, highlighted by a school-record 96-yard scoring toss ... an All-CIF performer at Pasadena’s St. Francis High School where he was named the Mission League Offensive Most Valuable Player in 2009 ...Threw for 2,115 yards and 19 touchdowns as a senior while rushing for 787 yards and 14 scores.

17 Dario Robinson WR • 5-10 • 180 • Fr. • HS Amory, Miss. • Amory HS

Rushed for 1,021 yards and 10 touchdowns while catching 52 passes for 801 yards and five TDs for coach Trent Hammond at Amory High School … one of the top receiving threats in the state of Mississippi as a junior after posting 143 catches for 2,191 yards and 21 touchdowns … a three-star recruit by 247sports.com and a two-star recruit by Rivals.com … rated as the No. 17 recruit in the state of Mississippi by 247sports.com.

68 Travis Romero OL • 6-3 • 315 • Fr. • HS Manvel,Texas • Manvel HS

All-state and All-District 22-5A performer at Manvel High School … ranked among Houston’s Top 100 Prospects by Vype Magazine … older brother, Taylor, played in two games for the Lions as a true freshman in 2012.

25 Trenon Trosclair DB • 6-0 • 190 • Fr. • HS Eunice, La. • Eunice HS

A two-time All-District 5-3A selection at Eunice High School, where he was named the Offensive MVP in 2012 … starting quarterback at EHS where he was coached by his father, Paul Trosclair … led the Bobcats to an 11-1 record, the District 5-3A title and a berth in the regional round of the Class 3A state playoffs as a senior, completing 79 of 123 passes for 1,327 yards and 13 TDs … named second-team All-District 4-3A at quarterback as a sophomore.

69 Michael Vick OL • 5-11 • 270 • Fr. • HS Baton Rouge, La. • Broadmoor HS

Four-year offensive line starter and multi-time All-District selection at Broadmoor High School ... Also competed in the throws for the BHS track and field team.

78 D.J. Williams OL • 6-5 • 320 • Jr. • JC Jersey City, N.J. • Garden City CC

A first-team All-Jayhawk Conference selection at Garden City Community College … served as the left tackle on one of the top JUCO offenses in the country, finishing sixth in total offense (498.5 yards per game), seventh in passing (287.5 yards per game), 13th in rushing (210.9 yards per game) and 15th in scoring (37.7 points per game) … helped GCCC to a 6-4 record, a Region VI playoff berth and victory in the Mississippi Bowl over No. 7-ranked Copiah-Lincoln.

63 Cory Zunker OL • 6-3 • 295 • Fr. • RS League City,Texas • Southern Arkansas

30 Courtney Rutledge DB • 6-0 • 170 • Fr. • HS Slidell, La. • Slidell HS

Finished with 38 total tackles (25 solo) and two tackles for loss as a senior at Slidell High School under head coach Artie Liuzza … Also posted nine pass breakups, two interceptions and one fumble recovery during the 2012 season … was a member of the SHS track team.

Redshirted as a freshman at Southern Arkansas ... Standout offensive lineman at Clear Creek High School ... High school teammate of fellow Southeastern offensive lineman Brent Wagner.

26 Ryan Sigers DB • 6-0 • 185 • Fr. • HS Katy,Texas • Seven Lakes HS

Two-star recruit by Rivals … a second team All-District 19-5A selection as a senior at Katy’s Seven Lakes High School … ranked in the top 20 in District 19-5A by Houston’s Vype Magazine.

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Head Coach Ron Roberts

Lion Football 2013

Ron Roberts Head Coach • @CoachRonRoberts

Second Year at Southeastern Louisiana • UT Martin, 1990

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on Roberts begins his second year as head football coach at Southeastern Louisiana University, looking to build on the excitement of the Lions’ most successful season in the Southland Conference since the school joined the league in 2005. In his inaugural season in Hammond, Roberts guided Southeastern to a 5-6 record, which equaled the total combined wins by the Lions in 2010-11. Southeastern’s 5-2 record in Southland Conference action marked the most wins in conference play since 1978 when former coach Billy Brewer guided the Lions to a 5-1-1 mark in the Division II Gulf South Conference. After an 0-3 start to open the 2012 season, Southeastern rallied from a 14-point deficit and helped Roberts earn his first victory in Hammond with a 25-24 win over nationally-ranked McNeese State.The excitement generated by the dramatic comeback served as a spring board for the rest of the season as the Lions won their first three games in Southland Conference play and five of their final eight contests. Southeastern’s 5-2 mark in Southland Conference action – a four-game improvement from an identical 1-6 record in 2010 and 2011 – left the Lions one game behind co-champions Central Arkansas and Sam Houston State in the final standings. Along with its win over McNeese State, Roberts also guide the Lions to victories over Northwestern State and Nicholls State, marking the first-ever season-sweep of Southeastern’s in-state rivals. Named the 17th head coach in school history on December 19, 2011, Roberts brings a proven record of success to Hammond after a successful five-year tenure at Division II Delta State University. At DSU, Roberts led the Statesmen to a 47-16 record, four 10-win seasons and two NCAA

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Head Coach Ron Roberts

Southeastern Louisiana THE RON ROBERTS FILE PERSONAL

Birthdate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . October 9, 1967 Hometown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Visalia, Calif. Wife . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Didi Children . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Reed, Reilly and Ryan

EDUCATION

• Attended Golden West High School • Attended College of the Sequoias (1985-86) • Graduated from UT Martin in 1990 with Bachelor’s degree in Sociology • Received Master’s in Education from University of Memphis in 1992

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

• All-Conference linebacker at College of the Sequoias (1986-87); UT Martin (1988-89)

COACHING EXPERIENCE

• Southeastern Louisiana, 2012- . . . . . . . . . . Head Coach • Delta State, 2007-2011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Head Coach • Delta State, 2005-2006 . . . . . . . . . . Defensive Coordinator (LB) • Mount Whitney HS, 2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Head Coach • Texas State, 2003 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Defensive Coordinator (LB) • Tusculum College, 1998-2002 . . . Defensive Coordinator/AHC • Greensboro College, 1997 . . . . . . . . . . . Defensive Coordinator • Burroughs HS, 1994-96 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Head Coach • Houston HS, 1992-93 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Defensive Coordinator

Super Region II titles that included an appearance in the 2010 NCAA Division II national championship game and the 2011 semifinals. A native of Visalia, Calif., Roberts led DSU to an 11-3 record in 2011 and was named the AFCA Division II Region Coach of the Year. The Statesmen led the GSC and finished 12th nationally with 463.7 yards per game while ranking 21st nationally in passing offense (282.7). DSU, which was ranked No. 1 nationally in the Division II polls for much of the season, paced the GSC in seven categories including total offense, scoring offense (33.4), total defense (336.6) and rushing defense (134.1). In 2010, the Statesmen averaged 31.9 points and 452.9 yards of total offense per game. That combination propelled the Statesmen to an 11-4 overall record and a 6-2 mark in GSC play; giving the Statesmen a share of the GSC title for the third time in four years. During Roberts’ tenure at DSU, 23 players were named to All-America teams and two players – Michael Eubanks in 2007 and Micah Davis in 2011 – were finalists for the Harlon Hill Trophy, the Division II equivalent to the Heisman Trophy. During Roberts’ stint with the Statesmen, 64 players, including 19 in 2011, were named to the All-GSC squad. Roberts spent two seasons as defensive coordinator at DSU under former coach Rick Rhoades before becoming the school’s 17th head coach in 2007. The Statesmen posted identical 10-2 records and claimed Gulf South Conference titles with a combined 16-0 mark in Roberts’ first two seasons as head coach. The Statesmen concluded 2007 ranked second in the NCAA in total defense, third in rush defense, second in scoring defense and first in defensive pass efficiency. The successes of 2007 continued into 2008, where the Statesmen finished the season ranked second in the GSC (471.9 ypg) and sixth nationally. Led by All-GSC candidate Garrett DeWitt, the Statesmen passing attacked ranked fourth nationally with 328.3 yards passing per game.The Statesmen also rolled up 1,713 rushing yards and ranked second in the GSC and 16th nationally with 36.2 points per game. Prior to joining the DSU staff, Roberts served one season as head coach at Mount Whitney (Calif.) HS, and the 2003 season as defensive coordinator at Texas State. While at Texas State, Roberts took over a defense ranked near the bottom in the Southland Conference. Within a year the seasoned coordinator improved the Bobcats’ defense in virtually every statistical category and Texas State placed two defenders on the All-Southland Conference Team. Before his appointment at Texas State, Roberts spent five seasons as assistant head coach and defensive coordinator at Tusculum College. During his tenure at the Greeneville, Tenn., school, the Pioneers posted one of the most memorable runs in school history. In 2002, Roberts guided a defense that led the South Atlantic Conference in yards allowed per game and in points per game. In 2002, the Pioneer defense posted a school-record with 31 turnovers. Roberts coached 11 All-South Atlantic Conference defensive selections and Ricardo Colclough, a second-round National Football League draft pick in 2004. Prior to joining the Tusculum staff, Roberts served as an assistant coach at Greensboro College in 1998 and was head coach at Burroughs High School (1994-96) in California. While at Burroughs,

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Years at DSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Five (2007-11) Overall Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47-16 Gulf South Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29-7 GSC Championships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011

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• Led Southeastern Louisiana to a 5-2 record in Southland Conference action – its best conference mark since joining the league in 2005. • Coached All-American cornerback Robert Alford, named to the 2013 Senior Bowl and a second-round draft choice (No. 60 overall) by the Atlanta Falcons • Coached quarterback Nathan Stanley, selected to play in the Casino del Sol All-Star Game, the East-West Shrine Game and a member of the Baltimore Ravens. • Coached linebacker Devan Walker, selected to play in the Texas vs. Nation Collegiate All-Star Game and a member of the San Diego Chargers. • Led the Statesmen to 47-16 record and four Gulf South Conference Championships in first five years as head coach. • Named 2011 AFCA Division II Region Coach of theYear • Team has played in NCAA DII Football Playoffs in 2007 (Second Round), 2008 (Quarterfinals), 2010 (National Runner-Up), and 2011 (Semifinals). • His 10 wins in 2007 were the most of any first-year head football coach in DSU history • Coached 24 NCAA All-Americans and 99 All-Conference performers • Coached Pittsburgh Steeler corner Ricardo Colclough at Tusculum and Cleveland Brown wide receiver L.J. Castile at Delta State. • Coached Michael Eubanks (2006-2007) and Lardester HicksGreen (2008) to GSC Defensive Player of theYear Award • Nine Statesmen competed in the Cactus Bowl, the NCAA DII Football All-Star Game, during Roberts’ tenure at DSU.

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Roberts guided BHS to its first playoff appearance in 15 years and followed that up with another post-season trip the following year. He began his coaching career at Houston High School in Germantown, Tenn., as a defensive coordinator. Roberts was a two-time All-Conference selection at linebacker at the College of Sequoias in his native Visalia, Calif. He transferred to the University of Tennessee at Martin, where he helped guide them to the 1988 Gulf South Conference Championship. He graduated in 1990 from UTM with a degree in Sociology and later earned his master’s degree in Education from the University of Memphis in 1992. Roberts is married to the former Didi Walker of Germantown, Tenn. The couple are the parents of three children; Reed, Reilly, and Ryan.

The Roberts Family Ryan, Reilly, Didi, Ron and Reed Roberts posing with the River Bell Trophy after Southeastern’s 35-16 victory over Nicholls State.

Roberts’ Career Head Coaching Record 2007 (10-2) #7 #7 #9 #7 #7 #8 #5 #10 #9 #9

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Assistant Coaches

Southeastern Louisiana

Greg Stevens Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks

Second Year at Southeastern Louisiana • Eastern Oregon, 1992

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ne of more innovative coordinators in college football, Greg Stevens begins his second season as Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks coach at Southeastern after serving the previous two seasons in the same capacity for head coach Ron Roberts at Delta State. In his inaugural season in Hammond, Stevens worked in the development of quarterback Nathan Stanley, who earned post-season berths to the East-West Shrine Game and Casino del Sol Collegiate All-Star Classic. Stevens was also instrumental on the development of journeyman player Jeremy Meyers, who earned second-team All-Southland Conference in 2012 as a tight end after spending time on the roster at quarterback, safety and linebacker. Stevens came to Delta State after serving four years as an assistant at Utah State. During his tenure at DSU, Stevens coached seven All-Americans and 24 players to All-Conference/All-Region honors during his career. In 2011, Stevens guided quarterback Micah Davis to All-Gulf South Conference and All-Region 2 honors and a third-place finish for the Harlon Hill Trophy – the Division II equivalent to the Heisman Trophy. His offensive unit was one of the top units in the nation, and for the second straight year, the Statesmen finished 12th overall in total offense (463.7 yards per game) and 21st in passing offense (282.7). The Statesmen, who reached the semifinals of the NCAA Division II playoffs, were also the top offensive unit in the Gulf South Conference in scoring offense, averaging 33.4 points per game. In his first season as offensive coordinator at DSU, Stevens helped guide the Statesmen to the NCAA DII National Championship game and their third Gulf South Conference title in four years with an 11-4 overall record and a 6-2 mark in the GSC. DSU fell short of their goal of

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Stevens also saw three-time All-American Deed’s career come to a close at Delta State. Stevens helped Deed engineer one of the top individual careers in school history with the second most receptions in DSU history with 187 while also breaking the school’s scoring record (264 points/44 touchdowns) and all-purpose yardage records (5,144). He closed his career as the only 2,000 yard rusher and 2,000 yard receiver in Gulf South Conference history. From 2005-2008, Stevens worked as the wide receivers coach at Utah State, working with the Aggies’ career receptions leader in All-American Kevin Robinson. Prior to serving at USU, Stevens spent three years as the offensive coordinator at Stephen F. Austin. While at SFA, Stevens directed the Lumberjacks offense to the No. 1 ranking in passing in the Southland Conference in 2002 and 2003 and ranked 36th in NCAA-FCS in 2004. Stevens also served as offensive coordinator at the University of Arkansas-Monticello for three years. During his stint at UAM, the Boll Weevils set over 30 offensive school records and was ranked among the nation’s top five units. The Ephraim, Utah native has also coached at Mesa (Colo.) State (1992-94), Eastern Arizona (1995-97) and Snow (Utah) Junior College (1998). Stevens played quarterback at Snow Junior College before wrapping up his collegiate career at Eastern Oregon. He was an all-conference selection at Snow in 1989 and earned team MVP honors at Eastern Oregon in 1991. Stevens, who was born in Salmon, Idaho, is a 1992 EOU graduate. He is married to the former Amy Steadman and they have three children, Tyler, Ryan and Hannah.

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Pete Golding Defensive Coordinator/Secondary

Second Year at Southeastern Louisiana • Delta State, 2005

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ammond native Pete Golding, one of the rising stars in the college football coaching profession, begins his second year as defensive coordinator after spending the previous two seasons in the same capacity at Delta State. Golding, a former All-Gulf South Conference performer at Delta State and brother of former Lion Josh Golding, also coaches the Lion secondary. In his coaching career, Golding has tutored five AllAmericans that began with Michael Eubanks (LB/2006) at Tusculum (Tenn.) College. Golding also coached AllAmericans Monterio James (CB/2006), Garrett Williams (SS/2010) and Dominique Davenport (CB/2011) before playing an instrumental role in the play of former Lion Robert Alford. Alford, also a Hammond native, earned All-America honors in his final season under Golding’s tutelege and was named the National FCS Defensive Player of the Year by College Sports Journal. Alford, who became the second player in Southeastern history to compete in the Senior Bowl, was drafted in the second round (No. 60 overall) by the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons becoming the first Lion to be drafted since 1984. Tyler Stoddard and Todd Washington also earned All-Conference honors under the guidance of Golding and the Lions’ pass defense finished second overall in the Southland Conference. Eighteen players at Delta State were named to the All-Gulf South Conference and All-South Region honors during his tenure at DSU, while seeing six former players at Tusculum receive All-South Atlantic Conference accolades. Paced by Davenport, one of five first-team selections on the All-GSC squad, Golding’s defensive unit in

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2011 led the league in total defense and rushing defense. Davenport was joined on the All-GSC team by linemen Anthony Daniels and Mark Hoskins, linebacker Ixavier Triplett and defensive back Brett Butler. In Golding’s first year back at Delta State in 2010, the Statesmen advanced to the NCAA DII National Championship game and their third Gulf South Conference title in four years with an 11-4 overall record and a 6-2 mark in the GSC. DSU fell short of their goal of winning the title on a last-second game-winning field goal by Minnesota-Duluth, 20-17. Delta State’s “Green Shirts” defense played a fast-paced and frenetic style that led the Statesmen to 19 interceptions and 27 forced fumbles. Led by Garrett Williams, who recorded 130 tackles and tied the school record interceptions in a season with eight, DSU allowed 372.7 yards per game, but bristled during the postseason surrendering less than 250 yards per game in postseason. Under Golding’s guidance, Williams closed his senior season as a unanimous All-American selection after finishing with the third highest single season tackles total in DSU history. Williams was one of three defensive standouts to receive postseason honors in 2010. Triplett was named second team All-GSC while becoming the first linebacker in GSC history to be named Defensive Freshman of the Year. Triplett finished the season with 100 tackles (the most by a DSU freshman) and 12 tackles for loss. Prior to joining Roberts’ staff, Golding served for two years as defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach under Frankie DeBusk at Tusculum College, a member of the South Atlantic Conference. Prior to being

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named defensive coordinator in 2008, Golding served as defensive backs coach in 2007. The Pioneers became an explosive and record-setting defensive unit under Golding’s direction. In 2007, TC set a new school record for interceptions with 14 and in 2008 TC lead the SAC in sacks and turnovers forced en route to an appearance in the NCAA Division II playoffs. The former Hammond High product began his coaching career as a graduate assistant on former DSU head coach Rick Rhoades’ staff in 2006. The Statesmen went 12-3 that season and advanced all the way to the NCAA Division II Semifinals before falling to eventual national champion Grand Valley State. Golding was a four-year starter for the Statesmen from 2002-2005 at safety, racking up 285 career tackles to rank third in school history while recording nine career interceptions to finish fourth. In 2004, the former 5-foot-9 free safety garnered All-Gulf South Conference honors after leading the team with 85 tackles with two interceptions and eight pass break-ups. As a senior in 2005, he tallied 81 tackles with five tackles-for-loss, two interceptions and two forced fumbles. Golding graduated in 2005 from Delta State with a degree in business. He and his wife, Carolyn, reside in Hammond and are the parents of an infant son, Braxton.

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Southeastern Louisiana

E.K. Franks Running Backs/Associate Head Coach

Second Year at Southeastern Louisiana • Central Oklahoma, 2000

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game-winning field goal by Minnesota-Duluth, 20-17. Delta State’s “Green Shirts” defense played a fastpaced and frenetic style that led the Statesmen to 19 interceptions and 27 forced fumbles. Led by Garrett Williams, who recorded 130 tackles and tied the school record interceptions in a season with eight, DSU allowed 372.7 yards per game, but bristled during the postseason surrendering less than 250 yards per game in postseason. Franks, who spent the past few years out of coaching in the private business sector, last worked on the staff of Barry Alverez and Bret Bielema at the University of Wisconsin from 2004-2006. At UW, Franks served as a defensive assistant, working with the defensive coordinator on opponent planning, defensive recruiting, player development and camp administration. Prior to joining the Badgers staff, Franks served as the defensive line coach on the Texas State staff under thendefensive coordinator Ron Roberts. While under Franks’ leadership, the Bobcats defensive line helped the unit rank third in the Southland Conference in pass defense, rush defense, turnovers and sacks in 2003. The Wellington, Kan., native began his collegiate coaching career as a strength and conditioning coach for legendary Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder. Franks collaboratively managed and supervised the strength programs for over 100 Wildcat football players and assisted with the training of over 100 Lady Wildcats from 2000-2001. Aside from coaching, Franks also served as an academic counselor for Kansas State Athletics from 2001-2003. He monitored and tracked the academic progress of Wildcat student-athletes, while providing academic mentoring and tutoring assistance for those in need. He developed and arranged academic workshops and provided KSU studentathletes with the resources they needed to succeed in the classroom.

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His coaching career got its start as the defensive backs/strength coach at Heritage Hall High School in Oklahoma City, Okla., from 1996-2000. While at Heritage Hall, Franks helped raise money for a state-of-the-art weight facility, while coordinating the strength and conditioning efforts of HHHS student-athletes. Franks attended the University of Oklahoma and Missouri State University before completing his bachelor’s degree in education at the University of Central Oklahoma in 2000. He later earned his master’s degree in adult education from Kansas State University in 2002. While at OU, Franks was a standout wrestler under former Sooners coach Stan Abel. He would transfer to Missouri State where he would close his collegiate career as a defensive back for the Bears. After graduating, Franks coached and trained athletes in the Oklahoma City, Okla., area as owner/personal fitness instructor of Franks Fitness from 1995-2000. He also worked as a strength instructor at St. Anthony Sports Science Center in Oklahoma City from 1993-1995. An active community leader, Franks serves on the board of the Kansas-based non-profit S.A.F.E., Success Achieved in Future Environments, which helps mentor youth through athletics. During his career, Franks has coached hundreds of successful student-athletes including: Wes Welker (New England Patriots), Terrance Newman (Dallas Cowboys), Darren Sproles (New Orleans Saints), Sheldon Williams (Atlanta Hawks), Nicole Ohlde (Minnesota Lynx), Laurie Koehn (Washington Mystics), Brian Aylor (New York Yankees) and Mitch Simons (Montreal Expos).

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Brandon Lacy Defensive Line/Recruiting Coordinator Fifth Year at Southeastern Louisiana • Kansas, 2003

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randon Lacy begins his fifth season as a member of the Southeastern Louisiana football staff and his second as the Lions’ recruiting coordinator. Since arriving at Southeastern, the Edmond, Okla., native has served as the Lions’ defensive line coach after serving as the co-defensive coordinator in 2008 at Division II Angelo State University. The 33-year-old Lacy, a former defensive end at Kansas and a two-time Academic All Big 12 selection, brings an impressive resume to the Lion coaching staff that includes stints at Appalachian State, UT-Martin and Rice. Under Lacy’s guidance in 2012, senior Tramaine Lucas was named an honorable mention All-Southland Conference performer while the Lion defense finished fourth overall in sacks with 25. In 2010, Lacy guided a group of defensive linemen that recorded 25 of the Lions’ 28 sacks. Senior Nathan Clophus earned All-Southland Conference honors after he led the team with five sacks with Devan Walker posting four. In his first season with the Lions in 2009, guided a young trio of Clophus, Walker and Lindsey Leavoy that combined for 98 tackles and 27 quarterback hurries. Lacy served as co-defensive coordinator in 2008 at ASU, where he helped the Rams mold a run defense that finished second in the Lone Star Conference after finishing 12th the previous season. From 2006-07, Lacy worked on the staff at Rice helping the Owls to a 7-6 record in 2006 and their

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first bowl appearance in 45 years. Working with the Rice defensive line, Lacy coached freshman All-American Cheta Ozougwu and All Conference USA freshman Scott Solomon. Lacy spent one season at UT Martin where he served as running backs coach and helped guide the Skyhawks to their first winning season in 12 years. Among his pupils was Donald Chapman, who rushed for over 1,300 yards and was named All-Ohio Valley Conference. Lacy got his coaching start at FCS power Appalachian State in 2003, working under legendary coach Jerry Moore. During his two-year stay in Boone, Lacy helped the Mountaineers to consecutive winning seasons while helping to mold some of the top players in school history that included four eventual Buck Buchanan award nominees (KT Stovall, Cory Lynch, Jeremy Wiggins, Marques Murrell). Lacy played two seasons at UT Martin where he led the Skyhawks in sacks both seasons and was a four-time OVC Defensive Player of the Week. He played his final two seasons at KU, playing for coaches Terry Allen and Mark Mangino, while earning the Jayhawk Scholar Athlete Award and being named to the KU Honor Roll three times. Lacy earned a bachelor’s degree in Economics at KU in 2003 and received graduate credit in Sport Psychology from Rice. He is a member of the American Football Coaches Association, the Black Coaches Association and has membership in both the Oklahoma and Texas High School Coaches Association.

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Southeastern Louisiana

Chet Pobolish Receivers/Special Teams Coordinator Second Year at Southeastern Louisiana • Emporia State, 1999

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het Pobolish begins his second year on the Southeastern Louisiana University football staff after serving the past five seasons at Delta State. Pobolish handles the Lions’ receivers while serving as the team’s special teams’ coordinator. Pobolish established himself as one of the more creative minds in college football as his special teams unit kept fans on the edge of their seats with their vast array of fake punt formations. Perhaps the most famous play in Pobolish’s repertoire was called simply “Mothe to Mueller” - Beau Mothe’s pass out of punt formation to long snapper Rogers Mueller that gained 27 yards and helped Southeastern to a 25-24 win over nationallyranked McNeese State. Xavier Roberson averaged 33.3 yards per kickoff return as a true freshman and tied a single-season record with a pair of touchdown returns. Robert Alford and Tony McCrea each returned punts for touchdowns for the Lions, who won five of their final eight games after starting the season 0-3. Pobolish inherited a group of young receivers that combined to catch a total of 29 receptions from the previous season and received steady numbers across the board as five players caught 20 or more passes. McCrea, who returned to the lineup after missing the entire 2011 season, earned All-Southland Conference honors after he led Southeastern with 28 receptions. During his stint at Delta State, Pobolish was part of a program that won 47 games in five years, won four Gulf South Conference titles and made four appearances in the NCAA Division II playoffs. He coached All-Americans Trevar Deed (2008-2010), Chad Schroeder (2008) and L.J. Castile (2010) and 15 Statesmen to All-GSC and All-South Region honors. Pobolish coached All-GSC performers Chance Dennis and Tim Smith in 2011 as the Statesmen offense finished the season with an 11-3 record while finishing 12th nationally in total offense and 21st in passing offense. Under Pobolish’s guidance,

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Dennis led the GSC with 80 receptions for 1,013 yards while Smith was sixth in the league with 45 catches for 511 yards. On special teams, Brandon Lucas finished third in the GSC in punt return average and was fourth in kickoff returns. His punter, Andrew Jones, finished second in the league with a 41.9 average, highlighted by a 78-yard kick. The Statesman Special Teams had a monster year for Pobolish in 2010, as kick returner Maurice Moore shattered the DSU and GSC records kick returns (52) and kick return yardage (1,094) in a season. Lucas also finished with the third highest return total in school history with 322 yards. DSU’s receivers also proved to be the best unit in the GSC, as Micah Davis connected with 16 different receivers for a school record 4,097 yards passing. The corps was led by Castile, an All-GSC and honorable mention All-American selection who caught 67 passes for 900 yards and 13 touchdowns. Dennis, a transfer, also grabbed 52 passes for 807 yards and four touchdowns while Moore hauled in 54 passes for 594 yards and three scores. Pobolish also saw three-time All-American Deed’s career come to a close at Delta State. Pobolish helped Deed engineer one of the top individual careers in school history with the second most receptions in DSU history with 187 while also breaking the school’s scoring record (264 points/44 touchdowns) and all-purpose yardage records (5,144). In 2009, the Statesmen offense averaged 410.4 yards per game, while scoring 27.1 points per game. Senior quarterback Garrett DeWitt closed his career as the second-leading passer in school history with 6,945 yards, while amassing 7,145 yards of total offense. Deed finished the regular season leading the GSC in scoring with 15 total touchdowns. In 2008, Pobolish helped the Statesmen offense finish the season ranked second in the GSC (471.9 ypg) and sixth nation-

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ally. Led by All-GSC candidate DeWitt, the Statesmen passing attacked ranked fourth nationally with 328.3 yards passing per game. The Statesmen also rolled up 1,713 rushing yards and ranked second in the GSC and 16th nationally with 36.2 points per game. Under Pobolish’s direction, Schroeder (WR/PR) was named to the prestigious American Football Coaches Association All-American Team, while Deed was named a First Team AllAmerican after amassing 15 total touchdowns and over 1479 yards of total offense. Pobolish came to Delta State University from William Penn University in Oskaloosa, Iowa. The Moundsville, W.V., native spent eight seasons as an assistant coach at Emporia State before moving to William Penn. At ESU, Pobolish coached wide receivers for five years before serving the last three as quarterbacks coach. At ESU, Pobolish directed the Hornets’ quarterbacks to record setting performances including Tad Hatfield’s school-record 3,068 yards in 2004. Pobolish was also a four-time All-Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association selection at wide receiver for Emporia State from 1995-1998.While at ESU, the speedster hauled in 193 passes, good for fifth all-time in MIAA history. His 2,595 yards receiving also rank fourth on the all-time ESU list. Known as a deceptive and elusive receiver, Pobolish concluded his career with 4,655 all-purpose yards. He is a 1999 graduate of Emporia State with a degree in Health, Physical Education and Recreation. In December, Pobolish is married to the former Holly Mitchell and they reside in Hammond with their daughter, Lauran.

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Travis Mikel Offensive Line

Second Year at Southeastern Louisiana • Delta State, 2007

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ravis Mikel begins his second year as an assistant coach on the Southeastern Louisiana University staff, serving as offensive line coach and the team’s Director of Football Operations. Before his arrival in Hammond, Mikel spent three seasons at Delta State under head coach Ron Roberts where he was served in the same capacity, including the last two years as offensive line coach. In his first season at Southeastern, Mikel worked an offensive line that was paced by All-Southland Conference performer Gasten Gabriel. Along with fellow starters Marshall Paris, Geremy Wilson, Corey Boothe and Paul Roppolo, the offensive line gelled as the season progressed, opening holes for freshmen running backs Xavier Roberson and Rasheed Harrell while limiting opponents to five sacks in seven league games. At Delta State, Mikel coached Division II AllAmericans Chad Schroeder (2008), Trevar Deed (2008-2010), Brad Latham (2009), Phillip Yandall (2010) and Darrell Leopold (2011). He also worked with 10 All-GSC and All-South Region Statesmen. The DSU offensive line, under Mikel’s guidance, helped the Statesmen finish 12th in Division II in total offense and 21st nationally in passing offense. The Statesmen led the Gulf South Conference in scoring offense while the offensive line helped pave the way for quarterback Micah Davis to finish third overall for the Harlon Hill Trophy – the Division II equivalent to the Heisman Trophy. In 2010, Mikel helped guide the Statesmen to the

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NCAA DII National Championship game and their third Gulf South Conference title in four years with an 11-4 overall record and a 6-2 mark in the GSC. DSU fell short of their goal of winning the title on a last second game-winning field goal by MinnesotaDuluth 20-17. In Mikel’s first season as offensive line coach, the Statesmen allowed the fewest sacks in the Gulf South Conference while producing one of the top offenses in NCAA Division II. DSU averaged 31.9 points and 452.9 yards of total offense per game. Mikel’s linemen allowed Davis to become the first 4,000-yard passer in school history while Deed shattered the school all-purpose yardage (5,144) and scoring (264 points/44 touchdowns) records. Yandall (LT) and Leopold (C) earned postseason honors for DSU under Mikel’s direction. Yandall was named a Daktronics Honorable Mention All-American while both Yandall and Leopold were named AllGSC and All-South Region. In 2009, the Statesmen offense averaged 410.4 yards per game, while scoring 27.1 points per game. Senior quarterback Garrett DeWitt closed his career as the second-leading passer in school history with 6,945 yards, while amassing 7,145 yards of total offense. Junior all-purpose back Deed finished the regular season leading the GSC in scoring with 15 total touchdowns. With assistance from Mikel, four-year starter Brad Latham (OL) was named to the All-GSC First Team and All-Super Region Two teams. Latham also

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participated in the Cactus Bowl, the Division II AllStar Game in Kingsville, Texas. In 2008, the Statesmen receiving corps proved to be one of the best in the Gulf South Conference and the nation. Two Statesmen, Schroeder (AFCA) and Deed (FB Gazette) received All-American honors after the season. A 2007 graduate of Delta State University with a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, Mikel was a 2006 Honorable Mention All-American, as well as an AllGulf South Conference Second Team member. From 2004-2007, Mikel served in several positions along the offensive line. Mikel’s All-American nod came while serving as center during his junior year. Mikel resides in Hammond.

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Southeastern Louisiana

Karl Scott Linebackers

Second Year at Southeastern Louisiana • McMurry, 2007

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arl Scott begins his second season as an assistant on the Southeastern Louisiana University staff after spending the previous four seasons as an assistant at Tusculum (Tenn.) College.The Houston, Texas native coaches the Lion linebackers while also serving as the team’s travel coordinator. Scott led an active group of linebackers in 2012 that featured one of the leading tacklers in the Southland Conference (Kaleb Muse) and one of the top pass rushers in the league (Devan Walker). Muse led Southeastern with 80 tackles on the season with Cqulin Hubert (60), Walker (46) and Drew Misita (43) among a group of eight players with 40 or more stops. Walker, who played his final season at linebacker after three seasons at defensive end, finished as the Lions’ top player in tackles for loss (12.5) and sacks (7) while garnering All-Southland Conference honors and being invited to compete in the Texas vs. Nation Collegiate All-Star Game. Before his arrival in Hammond, Scott served as recruiting coordinator, defensive backs coach and linebackers coach in his four-year stint with Tusculum, a Division II school. In five years in collegiate coaching at Tusculum and Delta State University, Scott was associated with programs that won two conference championships, made a pair of trips to the NCAA Division II Playoffs and earned two national rankings. In his first two years at Tusculum, he was responsible for the line-

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backer corps. Scott made an immediate impact in his first Tusculum campaign, mentoring two All-Conference and All-Region linebackers in Justin Scott and Jarvis Littlejohn. Both players each recorded over 100 tackles as the Pioneers won the South Atlantic Conference championship. Scott garnered All-America recognition, while establishing school season (22) and career (51) marks for tackles for loss. Justin Scott also finished his career with seven recovered fumbles, a new school best. Before his arrival at Tusculum, Scott spent one season at Delta State, where he served as a graduate assistant coach for the Statesmen in 2007. In his lone season at DSU, he helped the Statesmen to a 10-2 record and a Gulf South Conference championship, while advancing to the second round of the NCAA Division II playoffs and earning a No. 10 national ranking. Scott helped orchestrate one of the top defenses in the nation, while mentoring All-American linebacker Michael Eubanks. Eubanks was a national finalist for the Harlon Hill Trophy, which recognizes the National Player of the Year in Division II. Eubanks, who finished third in the Harlon Hill balloting, ended his collegiate career as the NCAA II leader in sacks (39) and third all-time in career tackles for loss (67.5). Scott also coached All-Conference standouts Lardester Hicks and Anthony King in 2007, while serving on the coaching staff for DSU head coach and

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former Tusculum defensive coordinator Ron Roberts. The Statesmen led the nation in pass efficiency defense (77.9) and was second in the country in total defense (227.4 yards per game), scoring defense (13.9 points per game) and team pass sacks (4.0 sacks per game). DSU was also third in the land in rushing defense, allowing just 67.3 yards per contest on the ground. Scott played his collegiate career at McMurry University in Abilene, Texas, where he graduated in 2007 with a degree in Exercise and Sports Studies. Following his graduation from McMurry, he served on the coaching staff at Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene where he coached the linebackers.

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Lion Football 2013

Sean O’Sullivan Tight Ends/Video Coordinator

Second Year at Southeastern Louisiana • Mars Hill College, 2009

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season while earning the Harlon Hill Trophy - the Division II equivilent of the Heisman Trophy. Right tackle Tyler Hodgson earned first-team All-SAC honors for the Lions with left tackle Nick Allison earning second-team honors. O’Sullivan began his coaching career in 2009 at Delta State, where he was a graduate assistant under current Southeastern head coach Ron Roberts. While at DSU, O’Sullivan coached tight ends and managed the Statesmen equipment room. O’Sullivan was a student assistant at Mars Hill, where he played as a senior after spending three years at West Georgia from 2004-07. He is a 2009 graduate of Mars Hill.

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Southeastern Louisiana

Brandon Howard Director of Sport Performance Second Year at Southeastern Louisiana • East Carolina, 2005

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randon Howard begins his second year as Director of Sport Performance at Southeastern Louisiana University after spending the past four years at Georgia Southern University. Howard, a native of Jacksonville, Fla., and graduate of East Carolina University, will oversee the strength and conditioning aspects of Southeastern’s 15 Division I athletic programs and its nearly 350 student-athletes. Before his arrival at Southeastern, Howard served as the assistant strength and conditioning coach at GSU, where he worked directly with men’s basketball, track and field, women’s soccer and golf. During his tenure in Statesboro, Howard also worked with the Eagles’ nationally-ranked FCS football and baseball teams. Before joining the Eagle staff, Howard spent two years as a graduate assistant at Utah State. While with the Aggies, Howard worked with the Football and Men’s Basketball teams in addition to working with the Track and Field program, Gymnastics and Women’s Basketball teams. Before joining the Aggies, Howard was a strength and conditioning intern at his alma mater. While there he assisted with all aspects of daily training for all athletes at ECU. His primary responsibilities included working with the Pirate Football, Baseball,Volleyball, Softball and Cheerleading programs. A 2005 graduate of ECU, Howard was a four-year letterwinner in football for the Pirates. He was named Special Teams captain his senior year and played in the 2001 GMAC Bowl against Marshall. Howard was an All-State football player at The Bolles School in Jacksonville. He was named All-First Coast his senior year and also earned All-State honors in weightlifting, as well as All-Region Honors in the shot put and discus. Howard is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. He has also received the USA Weightlifting’s Sports Performance Coach certification.He received his Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology from East Carolina in 2005. He completed his master’s degree in Exercise Science from Utah State in 2009.

John Erwin Assistant AD for Sports Medicine

First Year at Southeastern Louisiana • UT Arlington, 2007 ohn Erwin begins his first year as Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine at Southeastern Louisiana University after serving the past four years at Georgia Southern University. Erwin will serve as the primary athletic training contact for football at Southeastern and will oversee a department that employs three full-time assistants, plus graduate and student assistants. During his tenure at GSU, Erwin handled responsibilities with the Eagles men’s basketball team while also overseeing the day-to-day activities of the graduate assistant athletic trainers with men’s and women’s tennis and softball. Raised in Houston, Texas, Erwin is a certified and licensed athletic trainer and is a certified performance enhancement specialist and correctional exercise specialist. Erwin earned his Master’s of Science degree in Athletic Training from Arkansas State University in 2009. While in graduate school, Erwin assisted with the athletic training duties for the Red Wolves football team and their 12 other sports programs. In addition to his experience with collegiate athletics, Erwin served as the first athletic trainer for Arkansas State’s ROTC program, primarily responsible for the program’s physical training coverage. Erwin obtained physician coverage for ROTC cadets while handling assessments, rehabilitation and reports to commanding officers. As an undergraduate at the University of Texas at Arlington and prior to entering graduate school, Erwin served as an intern athletic trainer for the Dallas Desperados Arena Football League (AFL) team. With the Desperados, Erwin assisted the head trainer and helped prepare daily injury reports for coaches and the league office as well as handling all training travel supplies and inventory. A four-year student athletic trainer at UTA, Erwin’s experience includes assisting with the Mavericks athletics teams and programs at three Arlington-area high schools. He also served as head athletic trainer for UCA Cheerleading Camps during the summer of 2007 after receiving his bachelor of science in athletic training from UTA in May 2007. Erwin is a member of and participates in several local, state and national professional organizations, including the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), National Athletic Trainer’s Association, Southwest Athletic Trainers Association, and Southeastern Athletic Trainers Association. He holds certifications from the Texas Advisory Board of Athletic Trainers State Licensure, the Georgia Board of Athletic Trainers and NASM. Erwin is certified in kinesiotape and graston technique.

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Southeastern Louisiana Southeast Missouri Redhawks August 29, 2013 • Hammond, La. (Strawberry Stadium)

Game 1

Series Record - First meeting Website - www.GoSoutheast.com • Twitter - @GoSoutheast

General Information

Tony Samuel

Ron Coleman

Head Coach

2013 Schedule Aug. 29 Sept. 7 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

Series Information

Location__________________ Cape Girardeau, Missouri Enrollment______________________________10,859 Founded_________________________________ 1873 Nickname____________________________ Redhawks Colors____________________________ Red and Black Conference_____________________ Ohio Valley (OVC) National Affiliation___________________ NCAA I-FCS Stadium ____________________________Houck Stadium Capacity________________________________10,000 Turf__________________________________ FieldTurf President__________________ Dr. Kenneth W. Dobbins Athletic Director_____________________ Mark Alnutt University Website_________________www.SEMO.edu

Running Back

First Meeting

Team Information

2012 Record_______________________________ 3-8 2012 OVC Record (Finish)_______________ 2-6 (7th) Offense________________________________Multiple Defense___________________________________ 4-3 Lettermen Returning________________________ 40 Lettermen Lost_____________________________ 23 Starters Returning___________________________ 10 Starters Lost_______________________________ 15

Media Relations

Coaching Staff

at Southeastern Louisiana at Ole Miss vs. Southern Illinois # UT Martin * at Tennessee State * Murray State * at Eastern Illinois * Eastern Kentucky * Urbana Tennessee Tech * at Austin Peay * at Jacksonville State *

Assistant AD (Football Contact)_________ Jeff Honza Office Phone_____________________ (573) 651-2933 Mobile Phone_____________________ (618) 528-1145 E-Mail Address__________________ jhonza@semo.edu Media Relations Fax_______________ (573) 651-2810 Press Box Phone__________________ (573) 651-2191

Head Coach________________________ Tony Samuel Alma Mater, Year____________________ Nebraska, ‘81 Record at SEMO (Years)_________________28-51 (7) Career Record (Years)________________ 62-108 (15) Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities)______________ Tim McGuire (AHC/OC), Brian Mohnsen (DC/Linebackers), Chris Norris (RB/Specials Teams), Brian Boerboom (OL), Salim Powell (WR), Kenny Wilhite (DB), Tyler Hennes (QB), Nick Staufer (Safeties) Football Office Phone______________ (573) 651-2110

* - OVC Game; # - at St. Louis, Mo. (Busch Stadium)

TCU Horned Frogs September 7, 2013 • Fort Worth, Texas (Amon G. Carter Stadium)

Game 2

Series Record - First meeting Website - www.GoFrogs.com • Twitter - @TCUFootball

General Information

Gary Patterson Head Coach

Series Information

Location_______________________ Fort Worth, Texas Enrollment_______________________________9,518 Founded_________________________________ 1873 Nickname_________________________ Horned Frogs Colors__________________________Purple and White Conference______________________________ Big 12 National Affiliation___________________ NCAA I-FBS Stadium ____________________Amon G. Carter Stadium Capacity________________________________45,000 Turf____________________________________ Grass Chancellor___________________ Dr. Victor J. Boschini, Jr. Athletic Director_________________ Chris Del Conte University Website__________________www.TCU.edu

Jason Verrett Defensive Back

2013 Schedule

First Meeting

Team Information

2012 Record_______________________________ 7-6 2012 Big 12 Record (Finish)_____________4-5 (T-5th) Offense________________________________Multiple Defense__________________________________4-2-5 Lettermen Returning________________________ 43 Lettermen Lost_____________________________ 25 Starters Returning___________________________ 17 Starters Lost________________________________9

Media Relations

Coaching Staff

Aug. 31 vs. LSU # Sept. 7 Southeastern Louisiana Sept. 12 at Texas Tech * Sept. 28 SMU Oct. 5 at Oklahoma * Oct. 12 Kansas * Oct. 19 at Oklahoma State * Oct. 26 Texas * Nov. 2 West Virginia * Nov. 9 at Iowa State * Nov. 16 at Kansas State * Nov. 23 Baylor *

Assistant AD (Football Contact)_______ Mark Cohen Office Phone_____________________ (817) 257-7969 Mobile Phone_____________________ (817) 343-2017 E-Mail Address__________________ m.cohen@tcu.edu Media Relations Fax_______________ (817) 257-7964 Press Box Phone__________________ (817) 257-5658

Head Coach______________________ Gary Patterson Alma Mater, Year_________________ Kansas State, ‘83 Record at TCU (Years)__________________116-36 (12) Career Record (Years)_____________________Same Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities)______________ Eddie Williamson (AHC/OL), Dick Bumpus (DC/DL), Jarrett Anderson (Co-OC/RB), Rusty Burns (Co-OC/QB), DeMontie Cross (LB), Chad Glasgow (Safeties), Clay Jennings (CB), Curtis Luper (WR), Dan Sharp (TE/Special Teams) Football Office Phone______________ (817) 257-7970

* - Big 12 game; # - at Arlington, Texas (Cowboys Stadium)

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Game 3

Series Record - SDSU leads, 1-0 Website - www.gojacks.com • Twitter - @SDSU_Jacks

General Information

John Stiegelmeier

Location__________________ Brookings, South Dakota Enrollment______________________________12,583 Founded_________________________________ 1881 Nickname____________________________Jackrabbits Colors___________________________ Yellow and Blue Conference___________ Missouri Valley Football (MVFC) National Affiliation___________________ NCAA I-FCS Stadium ___________________ Coughlin-Alumni Stadium Capacity________________________________15,000 Turf____________________________________ Grass President_________________________Dr. David Chicoine Athletic Director_______________________Justin Sell University Website________________ www.sdstate.edu

Zack Zenner

Head Coach

Running Back

2013 Schedule

Aug. 31 Butler Sept. 7 at North Dakota Sept. 14 Southeastern Louisiana Sept. 21 at Nebraska Sept. 28 North Dakota State * Oct. 5 Southern Illinois * Oct. 12 at Western Illinois * Oct. 19 at Missouri State * Oct. 26 Northern Iowa * Nov. 9 Indiana State * Nov. 16 at South Dakota * Nov. 23 at Youngstown State *

Coaching Staff

Head Coach_____________________ John Stiegelmeier Alma Mater, Year____________ South Dakota State, ‘79 Record at SDSU (Years)_______________ 102-76-0 (16) Career Record (Years)_____________________Same Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities)______________ Eric Eidsness (OC/QB), Clint Brown (Co-DC/DL), Shannon Moore (TE), Jay Christensen (DB), Josh Davis (WR), John Flynn (OL), Jesse Currier (DL), Nic McKissic-Luke (RB) Football Office Phone______________ (605) 688-6955

Series Information

SDSU leads, 1-0 In Hammond_______________________ SDSU leads, 1-0 In Brookings___________________________Never met

Team Information

2012 Record_______________________________ 9-4 2012 MVFC Record (Finish)______________6-2 (2nd) Offense_______________________________ Pro-Style Defense___________________________________ 4-3 Lettermen Returning________________________ 39 Lettermen Lost_____________________________ 16 Starters Returning___________________________ 15 Starters Lost_______________________________ 10

Media Relations

Assistant AD (Football Contact)________ Jason Hove Office Phone_____________________ (605) 688-4623 Mobile Phone_____________________ (605) 695-1827 E-Mail Address______________ jason.hove@sdstate.edu Media Relations Fax_______________ (605) 688-5999 Press Box Phone__________________ (605) 688-4623

* - MVFC Game

Samford Bulldogs September 21, 2013 • Birmingham, Ala. (Seibert Stadium)

Game 4

Series Record - Tied 1-1 Website - www.SamfordSports.com • Twitter - @Samford_Sports

General Information

Pat Sullivan

Location_____________________ Birmingham, Alabama Enrollment_______________________________4,715 Founded_________________________________ 1841 Nickname_____________________________ Bulldogs Colors_____________________________ Red and Blue Conference_____________________ Southern (SoCon) National Affiliation___________________ NCAA I-FCS Stadium ___________________________ Seibert Stadium Capacity_________________________________6,700 Turf____________________ LSR Blade Synthetic Surface President________________ Dr. Andrew Westmoreland Athletic Director__________________ Martin Newton University Website_______________ www.Samford.edu

Fabian Truss

Head Coach

Running Back

2013 Schedule

Aug. 30 at Georgia State Sept. 7 at Arkansas # Sept. 14 at Florida A&M Sept. 21 Southeastern Louisiana Sept. 28 Western Carolina * Oct. 5 Georgia Southern * Oct. 12 at Appalachian State * Oct. 26 at Wofford * Nov. 2 at The Citadel * Nov. 9 at Furman * Nov. 16 Chattanooga * Nov. 23 Elon *

Coaching Staff

Head Coach_________________________ Pat Sullivan Alma Mater, Year_____________________ Auburn, ‘72 Record at SU (Years)____________________32-34 (6) Career Record (Years)_______________ 56-76-1 (11) Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities)______________ Bill D’Ottavio (AHC/DC), Brandon Herring (Co-OC/OL), Travis Trickett (Co-OC/QB), Tim Bowens (WR), James Joseph (RB), Trent McKnight (TEs/Slot WR), Ross Newton (LB), Rory Segrest (DL/Special Teams), Sam Shade (DB) Football Office Phone______________ (205) 726-2575

Series Information (see page 100)

Tied, 1-1 In Hammond_______________ Southeastern leads, 1-0 In Birminghaam_________________ Samford leads, 1-0

Team Information

2012 Record_______________________________ 7-4 2012 SoCon Record (Finish)_____________5-3 (T-4th) Offense___________________________________Multiple Defense______________________________________ 4-3 Lettermen Returning________________________ 49 Lettermen Lost_____________________________ 20 Starters Returning___________________________ 15 Starters Lost_______________________________ 10

Media Relations

Assistant AD (Football Contact)________ Joey Mullins Office Phone_____________________ (205) 726-2799 Mobile Phone_____________________ (205) 532-3477 E-Mail Address_______________jmmulli1@samford.edu Media Relations Fax_______________ (205) 726-2132 Press Box Phone______________ (205) 726-2143/2144

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Southeastern Louisiana Incarnate Word Cardinals October 5, 2013 • Hammond, La. (Strawberry Stadium) • Hall of Fame Game

Game 5

Series Record - First meeting Website - www.cardinalathletics.com • Twitter - @UIWAthletics

General Information

Larry Kennan

Robby Horton

Head Coach

Defensive End

2013 Schedule Aug. 29 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16

Series Information

Location_______________________ San Antonio, Texas Enrollment_______________________________9,188 Founded_________________________________ 1881 Nickname_____________________________Cardinals Colors_______________________ Red, Black and White Conference_______________Independent (Southland in 2014) National Affiliation___________________ NCAA I-FCS Stadium _____________ Gayle and Tom Benson Stadium Capacity_________________________________6,000 Turf_______________________________Hellas Matrix President____________________ Dr. Louis J. Agnese, Jr. Athletic Director_____________________Mark Papich University Website___________________ www.uiw.edu

First Meeting

Team Information

2012 Record_______________________________ 2-9 2012 Lone Star Record (Finish)_______ 1-7 (t4th East) Offense________________________________Multiple Defense___________________________________ 3-4 Lettermen Returning_______________________ n/a Lettermen Lost____________________________ n/a Starters Returning___________________________ 12 Starters Lost_______________________________ 12

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Coaching Staff

at Central Arkansas Texas College Langston at Sam Houston State Eastern New Mexico at Southeastern Louisiana at Abilene Christian Houston Baptist at McMurry Abilene Christian Angelo State

Football Contact____________________ Shane Meling Office Phone_____________________ (210) 805-3071 Mobile Phone_____________________ (903) 399-0455 E-Mail Address__________________ meling@uiwtx.edu Media Relations Fax_______________ (210) 829-3825 Press Box Phone__________________ (210) 283-6462

Head Coach________________________Larry Kennan Alma Mater, Year_____________________ LaVerne, ‘66 Record at UIW (Years)____________________2-9 (1) Career Record (Years)________________ 26-27-3 (5) Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities)______________ Todd Ivicic (AHC/DL),Tony Marciano (OC/OL), Brian Gamble (DC/LB), Kyle Kennan (WR), Nick DeBose (DB), Michael Briglin (RB), Larry Moore (TE), Jake Zweig (OLB/ST) Football Office Phone______________ (210) 805-3096

Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks October 12, 2013 • Hammond, La. (Strawberry Stadium)

Game 6

Series Record - Stephen F. Austin leads, 9-6-1 Website - www.sfajacks.com • Twitter - @SFA_Athletics

General Information

J.C. Harper

Location______________________ Nacogdoches, Texas Enrollment______________________________12,999 Founded_________________________________ 1923 Nickname__________________________ Lumberjacks Colors__________________________Purple and White Conference_______________________Southland (SLC) National Affiliation___________________ NCAA I-FCS Stadium ______________________ Homer Bryce Stadium Capacity________________________________14,575 Turf________________________________ Momentum President_______________________ Dr. Baker Pattillo Athletic Director_____________________ Robert Hill University Website__________________ www.sfasu.edu

Brady Attaway

Head Coach

Quarterback

2013 Schedule Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

Coaching Staff

at Weber State at Texas Tech McMurry Montana State Prairie View at Southeastern Louisiana * Nicholls State * at Central Arkansas * vs. Sam Houston State *^ McNeese State * at Lamar * at Northwestern State *

Series Information (see page 101)

Stephen F. Austin leads, 9-6-1 In Hammond_______________________ SFA leads, 4-3-1 In Nacogdoches_______________________SFA leads 5-3

Team Information

2012 Record_______________________________ 5-6 2012 Southland Record (Finish)__________ 4-3 (t4th) Offense____________________________________Spread Defense______________________________________ 4-3 Lettermen Returning________________________ 49 Lettermen Lost_____________________________ 21 Starters Returning___________________________ 16 Starters Lost_______________________________ 12

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Head Coach_________________________ J.C. Harper Alma Mater, Year____________________ Clemson, ‘89 Record at SFA (Years)___________________34-36 (6) Career Record (Years)_____________________Same Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities)______________ David Gibbs (DC/LBs), Chris Truax (OC/OL), Arlington Nunn (AHC/RB), Kevin Carberry (DE), Jake Morrison (DT), Troy Rogers (OWR), Devin Ducote (DB), Jeremy Moses (QB), Nathan Schneider (IWR) Football Office Phone______________ (936) 468-3502

Assistant AD (Football Contact)_______ James Dixon Office Phone_____________________ (936) 468-2606 Mobile Phone_____________________ (936) 552-1171 E-Mail Address___________________jdixon@sfasu.edu Media Relations Fax_______________ (936) 468-4593 Press Box Phone______________ (936) 468-3910/3911

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Game 7

Series Record - Northwestern State leads, 29-27 Website - www.nsudemons.com • Twitter - @NSUDemons

General Information

Jay Thomas

Lesley Deamer

Head Coach

Defensive Tackle

2013 Schedule

Aug. 29 at Missouri State Sept. 7 Southern Sept. 14 at Cincinnati Sept. 21 at UAB Sept. 28 Langston Oct. 12 at Nicholls State * Oct. 19 Southeastern Louisiana * Oct. 26 at Sam Houston State * Nov. 2 Central Arkansas * Nov. 9 Lamar * Nov. 16 at McNeese State * Nov. 23 Stephen F. Austin *

Location___________________ Natchitoches, Louisiana Enrollment_______________________________9,447 Founded_________________________________ 1884 Nickname_____________________________ Demons Colors____________ Purple and White with Orange Trim Conference_______________________Southland (SLC) National Affiliation___________________ NCAA I-FCS Stadium ____________________________ Turpin Stadium Capacity________________________________15,971 Turf____________________________________ V-Turf President________________________Dr. Randy Webb Athletic Director_____________________ Greg Burke University Website__________________www.nsula.edu

Coaching Staff

Head Coach_________________________ Jay Thomas Alma Mater, Year________________ Southern Miss, ‘88 Record at NSU (Years)________________ First season Career Record (Years)__________________27-35 (7) Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities)_______________ Chris Boone (AHC/DC/Safeties), De’Von Lockett (CB), Shep Campbell (LB/ST), Jake Landoll (DL), Robby Brown (OC/QB), Ben Norton (OL), Will Weaver (TE), Kyle Manley (WR), Derrick Foster (RB) Football Office Phone______________ (318) 357-5252

Series Information (see page 100)

Northwestern State leads, 29-27 In Hammond______________Southeastern leads, 18-11 In Natchitoches___________________ NSU leads, 18-9

Team Information

2012 Record_______________________________ 4-7 2012 Southland Record (Finish)___________ 2-5 (5th) Offense___________________________________Multiple Defense______________________________________ 4-3 Lettermen Returning________________________ 58 Lettermen Lost_____________________________ 26 Starters Returning___________________________ 16 Starters Lost_______________________________ 11

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Assistant AD (Football Contact)_______ Doug Ireland Office Phone_____________________ (318) 357-6467 Mobile Phone_____________________ (318) 471-2086 E-Mail Address__________________ ireland@nsula.edu Media Relations Fax_______________ (318) 357-4515 Press Box Phone__________________ (318) 357-4529

* - Southland Game

Lamar Cardinals October 26, 2013 • Hammond, La. (Strawberry Stadium) • Homecoming

Game 8

Series Record - Southeastern leads, 5-3 Website - www.lamarcardinals.com • Twitter - @LamarCards

General Information

Ray Woodard

Location________________________ Beaumont, Texas Enrollment______________________________14,522 Founded_________________________________ 1923 Nickname_____________________________Cardinals Colors____________________________Red and White Conference_______________________Southland (SLC) National Affiliation___________________ NCAA I-FCS Stadium_____________________ Provost Umphrey Stadium Capacity__________________________________16,000 Turf________________________________ Matrix Turf President____________________ Dr. Kenneth R. Evans Athletic Director_________________ Jason Henderson University Website_________________ www.lamar.edu

Jesse Dickson

Head Coach

Linebacker

2013 Schedule Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

Oklahoma Panhandle State at Louisiana Tech at Oklahoma State Bacone College at Grambling at Sam Houston State * Central Arkansas * at Southeastern Louisiana * Nicholls State at Northwestern State * Stephen F. Austin * McNeese State *

Coaching Staff

Head Coach________________________Ray Woodard Alma Mater, Year____________ Sam Houston State, ‘88 Record at LU (Years)___________________13-21 (3) Career Record (Years)_____________________Same Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities)_______________ Allen Johnson (AHC/DB), Larry Kueck (OC/QB), Bill Bradley (DC), Craig McGallion (LB), James Brown (RB), Chuck Langston (OL), Carey Bailey (DL), Kevin Barbay (WR) Football Office Phone______________ (409) 880-7157

Series Information (see page 98)

Southeastern leads, 5-3 In Hammond_____________________Lamar leads, 2-1 In Beaumont__________________________ Tied, 1-1 Unknown__________________ Southeastern leads, 3-0

Team Information

2012 Record_______________________________ 4-8 2012 Southland Record (Finish)___________ 1-6 (7th) Offense_______________________________ Multiple Set Defense______________________________________ 3-4 Lettermen Returning________________________ 46 Lettermen Lost_____________________________ 25 Starters Returning___________________________ 19 Starters Lost________________________________7

Media Relations

Assistant AD (Football Contact)_________ Erik J. Cox Office Phone_____________________ (409) 880-8329 Mobile Phone_____________________ (409) 651-0514 E-Mail Address_________________ erik.cox@lamar.edu Media Relations Fax_______________ (409) 880-2338 Press Box Phone__________________ (409) 880-7489

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Southeastern Louisiana McNeese State Cowboys November 2, 2013 • Lake Charles, La. (Louis Bonnette Field at Cowboy Stadium)

Game 9

Series Record - McNeese State leads, 22-16 Website - www.mcneesesports.com • Twitter - @McNeeseSports

General Information

Matt Viator

Cody Stroud

Head Coach

Series Information (see page 99)

Location___________________ Lake Charles, Louisiana Enrollment_______________________________8,900 Founded_________________________________ 1939 Nickname_____________________________Cowboys Colors____________________________ Blue and Gold Conference_______________________Southland (SLC) National Affiliation___________________ NCAA I-FCS Stadium ______ Louis Bonnette Field at Cowboy Stadium Capacity________________________________17,610 Turf_________________________________ GeoMax2 President____________________ Dr. Philip C. Williams Athletic Director_______________ Tommy McClelland University Website_______________ www.mcneese.edu

Quarterback

2013 Schedule

McNeese State leads, 22-16 In Hammond_______________Southeastern leads, 11-7 In Lake Charles___________________ MSU leads, 15-5

Team Information

2012 Record_______________________________ 7-4 2012 Southland Record (Finish)___________ 4-3 (4th) Offense_______________________________ Multiple Pro Defense_____________________________________ 4-2-5 Lettermen Returning________________________ 62 Lettermen Lost_____________________________ 23 Starters Returning___________________________ 16 Starters Lost________________________________9

Coaching Staff

Aug. 31 at South Florida Sept. 7 Arkansas-Pine Bluff Sept. 14 West Alabama Sept. 21 Weber State Sept. 28 at Northern Iowa Oct. 5 at Central Arkansas * Oct. 19 Sam Houston State * Oct. 26 at Nicholls State * Nov. 2 Southeastern Louisiana * Nov. 9 at Stephen F. Austin * Nov. 16 Northwestern State * Nov. 23 at Lamar *

Media Relations

Head Coach_________________________ Matt Viator Alma Mater, Year________________McNeese State, ‘86 Record at MSU (Years)__________________52-24 (7) Career Record (Years)_____________________Same Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities)_______________ Lance Guidry (AHC/DC), Lark Hebert (LB/ST), Manny Michel (DL), Chris Hampton (DB), Slade Nagle (RB), Tim Leger (OC/WR), Rob Sale (OL), Eman Naghavi (TE), Art Asselta (QB) Football Office Phone______________ (337) 475-5235

Assistant AD (Football Contact)______ Matt Bonnette Office Phone_____________________ (337) 475-5207 Mobile Phone_____________________ (337) 304-1658 E-Mail Address____________ wbonnette@mcneese.edu Media Relations Fax_______________ (337) 475-5202 Press Box Phone__________________ (337) 475-5225

* - Southland Game

Central Arkansas Bears November 9, 2013 • Hammond, La. (First Security Field at Estes Stadium)

Game 10

Series Record - Central Arkansas leads, 5-1 Website - www.ucasports.com • Twitter - @ucasports

General Information

Clint Conque Head Coach

Wynrick Smothers Quarterback

2012 Schedule

Series Information (see page 98)

Location_______________________ Conway, Arkansas Enrollment______________________________11,758 Founded_________________________________ 1907 Nickname_______________________________ Bears Colors___________________________Purple and Gray Conference_______________________Southland (SLC) National Affiliation___________________ NCAA I-FCS Stadium ___________ First Security Field at Estes Stadium Capacity_________________________________8,500 Turf__________________________________ GeoTurf President________________________ Tom Courtway Athletic Director__________________ Dr. Brad Teague University Website___________________ www.uca.edu

UCA leads, 5-1 In Hammond_____________________ UCA leads, 2-1 In Conway________________________ UCA leads, 3-0

Team Information

2012 Record_______________________________ 9-3 2012 Southland Record (Finish)__________ 6-1 (T1st) Offense___________________________________Multiple Defense______________________________________ 4-3 Lettermen Returning________________________ 44 Lettermen Lost_____________________________ 17 Starters Returning___________________________ 20 Starters Lost_______________________________ 10

Coaching Staff

Aug. 29 Incarnate Word Sept. 7 at Colorado Sept. 14 at UT Martin Sept. 21 at Missouri State Oct. 5 McNeese State * Oct. 12 Nebraska-Kearney Oct. 19 at Lamar * Oct. 26 Stephen F. Austin * Nov. 2 at Northwestern State * Nov. 9 Southeastern Louisiana * Nov. 16 at Nicholls State * Nov. 23 Sam Houston State *

Media Relations

Head Coach________________________Clint Conque Alma Mater, Year________________ Nicholls State, ‘83 Record at UCA (Years)_________________ 98-54 (13) Career Record (Years)_____________________Same Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities)_______________ Brooks Hollingsworth (OC/TE), Matt Williamson (DC/LB), Dan Augustine (AHC/DL/ST), Nathan Brown (QB), Jeremy Hammock (RB), Bill Best (OL), Dave Wheeler (DB), Matt Kubik (WR) Football Office Phone______________ (501) 450-3153

Assistant AD (Football Contact)_________ Steve East Office Phone_____________________ (501) 450-5743 Mobile Phone_____________________ (501) 339-8512 E-Mail Address_____________________seast@uca.edu Media Relations Fax_______________ (501) 450-5740 Press Box Phone__________________ (501) 450-5743

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Game 11

Series Record - Sam Houston State leads, 10-4 Website - www.gobearkats.com • Twitter - @BearkatSports

General Information

Willie Fritz

Location_________________________Huntsville, Texas Enrollment______________________________18,478 Founded_________________________________ 1879 Nickname_____________________________ Bearkats Colors_________________________ Orange and White Conference_______________________Southland (SLC) National Affiliation___________________ NCAA I-FCS Stadium ___________________________ Bowers Stadium Capacity________________________________12,975 Turf_______________________________RealGrassPro President_______________________ Dr. Dana Gibson Athletic Director__________________ Bobby Williams University Website__________________ www.shsu.edu

Tim Flanders

Head Coach

Running Back

2013 Schedule Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

Coaching Staff

Houston Baptist at Texas A&M Texas Southern Incarnate Word Eastern Washington Lamar * at McNeese State * Northwestern State * vs. Stephen F. Austin *^ Nicholls State * at Southeastern Louisiana * at Central Arkansas *

Head Coach_________________________ Willie Fritz Alma Mater, Year________________ Pittsburg State, ‘83 Record at SHSU (Years)_________________31-10 (3) Career Record (Years)______________ 167-62-1 (20) Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities)______________ Doug Ruse (OC), Mike Collins (DC), Ben Beasley (DB), Johnny Jernigan (DL), Anthony Johnson (RB), Bart Tatum (OL), Matt Barrett (WR) Football Office Phone______________ (936) 294-1735

Series Information (see page 100)

Sam Houston State leads 10-4 In Hammond_____________________ SHSU leads, 5-2 In Huntsville______________________ SHSU leads, 5-2

Team Information

2012 Record______________________________ 11-4 2012 Southland Record (Finish)__________ 6-1 (T-1st) Offense___________________________________Multiple Defense___________________________________Multiple Lettermen Returning________________________ 40 Lettermen Lost_____________________________ 23 Starters Returning___________________________ 11 Starters Lost_______________________________ 14

Media Relations

Assistant AD (Football Contact)________ Paul Ridings Office Phone_____________________ (936) 294-1764 E-Mail Address___________________ridings@shsu.edu Media Relations Fax_______________ (936) 294-3538 Press Box Phone__________________ (936) 294-1838

* - Southland Game; ^ - at Houston,Texas (Reliant Stadium)

Nicholls State Colonels November 21, 2013 • Hammond, La. (Strawberry Stadium) • River Bell Classic

Game 12

Series Record - Nicholls State leads, 12-10 Website - www.geauxcolonels.com • Twitter - @colonelsports

General Information

Charlie Stubbs

Location_____________________ Thibodaux, Louisiana Enrollment_______________________________6,088 Founded_________________________________ 1948 Nickname_____________________________ Colonels Colors____________________________ Red and Grey Conference_______________________Southland (SLC) National Affiliation___________________ NCAA I-FCS Stadium______________________ John L. Guidry Stadium Capacity________________________________10,500 Turf__________________________ AstroTurf 3D Grass President___________________ Dr. Stephen T. Hulbert Athletic Director____________________Rob Bernardi University Website________________ www.nicholls.edu

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Head Coach

Tight End

2013 Schedule Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 21

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Nicholls State leads, 12-10 In Hammond_______________ Southeastern leads, 5-4 In Thibodaux______________________NSU leads, 7-3 In New Orleans_____________ Southeastern leads, 2-1

Team Information

2012 Record______________________________ 1-10 2012 Southland Record (Finish)___________ 0-7 (8th) Offense_______________________________ Multiple-Pro Defense______________________________________ 3-4 Lettermen Returning________________________ 57 Lettermen Lost_____________________________ 22 Starters Returning___________________________ 22 Starters Lost________________________________6

Media Relations

Assistant SID (Football Contact)_______ Jamie Bustos Office Phone_____________________ (985) 448-4281 Mobile Phone_____________________ (419) 786-0415 E-Mail Address____________ jamie.bustos@nicholls.edu Media Relations Fax_______________ (985) 448-4814 Press Box Phone__________________ (985) 448-4845

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2012 National Polls

Southeastern Louisiana

2012 Final FCS National Polls

All-Time FCS National Champions

Sports Network's FCS College Football Poll

Year Champion 2012 North Dakota State 2011 North Dakota State 2010 Eastern Washington 2009 Villanova 2008 Richmond 2007 Appalachian State 2006 Appalachian State 2005 Appalachian State 2004 James Madison 2003 Delaware 2002 Western Kentucky 2001 Montana 2000 Georgia Southern 1999 Georgia Southern 1998 Massachusetts 1997 Youngstown State 1996 Marshall 1995 Montana 1994 Youngstown State 1993 Youngstown State 1992 Marshall 1991 Youngstown State 1990 Georgia Southern 1989 Georgia Southern 1988 Furman 1987 Northeast Louisiana 1986 Georgia Southern 1985 Georgia Southern 1984 Montana State 1983 Southern Illinois 1982 Eastern Kentucky 1981 Idaho State 1980 Boise State 1979 Eastern Kentucky 1978 Florida A&M

Rk. Team (First-place Votes) Record Points Previous Rank 1. North Dakota State Bison (142) 14-1 3550 1 2. Sam Houston State Bearkats 11-4 3386 5 3. Georgia Southern Eagles 10-4 3183 6 4. Eastern Washington Eagles 11-3 3143 4 5. Montana State Bobcats 11-2 2949 2 6. Old Dominion Monarchs 11-2 2859 3 7. Wofford Terriers 9-4 2673 9 8. Illinois State Redbirds 9-4 2289 16 9. Appalachian State Mountaineers 8-4 2229 7 10. Central Arkansas Bears 9-3 2166 8 11. Stony Brook Seawolves 10-3 2158 10 12. Cal Poly Mustangs 9-3 1930 12 13. New Hampshire Wildcats 8-4 1839 11 14. South Dakota State Jackrabbits 9-4 1537 19 15. Villanova Wildcats 8-4 1354 14 16. Lehigh Mountain Hawks 10-1 1346 13 17. Towson Tigers 7-4 1147 15 18. Richmond Spiders 8-3 938 18 19. James Madison Dukes 7-4 894 17 20. Northern Arizona Lumberjacks 8-3 736 20 21. Wagner Seahawks 9-4 603 NR 22. Bethune-Cookman Wildcats 9-3 523 22 23. Eastern Kentucky Colonels 8-3 515 21 24. Coastal Carolina Chanticleers 8-5 495 NR 25. Colgate Raiders 8-4 383 24 Others receiving votes: Eastern Illinois 349, Indiana State 306, Arkansas-Pine Bluff 138, Albany 120, UT Martin 102,Youngstown State 81, Harvard 56, Tennessee State 44, Samford 29, Montana 22, McNeese State 19, The Citadel 16, Penn 14, Drake 8, Sacramento State 5, Howard 5, South Carolina State 5, Southern Illinois 4, Northern Iowa 1, Maine 1

Runner-Up Score Sam Houston State 39-13 Sam Houston State 17-6 Delaware 20-19 Montana 23-21 Montana 24-7 Delaware 49-21 Massachusetts 28-17 Northern Iowa 21-16 Montana 31-21 Colgate 40-0 McNeese State 34-14 Furman 13-6 Montana 27-25 Youngstown State 59-24 Georgia Southern 55-43 McNeese State 10-9 Montana 49-29 Marshall 22-20 Boise State 28-14 Marshall 17-5 Youngstown State 31-28 Marshall 25-17 Nevada 36-13 Stephen F. Austin 37-34 Georgia Southern 17-12 Marshall 43-42 Arkansas State 48-21 Furman 44-42 Louisiana Tech 19-6 Western Carolina 43-7 Delaware 17-14 Eastern Kentucky 34-23 Eastern Kentucky 31-29 Lehigh 30-7 Massachusetts 35-28

2012 Division I FCS Playoffs

Championship Game - Saturday, January 5th FC Dallas Stadium, Frisco,Texas North Dakota State (14-1) 39, Sam Houston State (11-4) 13

Football Championship Subdivision Coaches’ Poll Rk. Team (First-place Votes) Record Points Previous Rank 1. North Dakota State (26) 14-1 650 1 2. Sam Houston State 11-4 618 5 3. Georgia Southern 12-4 579 7 4. Eastern Washington 11-3 572 4 5. Montana State 11-2 539 2 6. Old Dominion 11-2 527 3 7. Wofford 9-4 496 9 8. Appalachian State 8-4 434 6 9. Illinois State 9-4 408 15 10. Central Arkansas 9-3 401 8 11. Cal Poly 9-3 378 12 12. Stony Brook 10-3 366 11 13. New Hampshire 8-4 334 13 14. Lehigh 10-1 295 10 15. Towson 7-4 235 14 16. Villanova 8-4 227 18 17. South Dakota State 9-4 222 21 18. Richmond 8-3 188 17 19. Eastern Kentucky 8-3 163 16 20. Northern Arizona 8-2 142 19 21. James Madison 7-4 111 20 22. Wagner 9-4 103 NR 23. Bethune-Cookman 9-3 89 22 24. Coastal Carolina 8-5 88 NR 25. Eastern Illinois 7-5 75 NR Others Receiving Votes: Colgate 66, Harvard 60, Indiana State 32, Tennessee State 11, UT Martin 11,Youngstown State 9, Pennsylvania 7, The Citadel 5, Arkansas-Pine Bluff 3, Albany 3, San Diego 1, Chattanooga 1, Samford 1.

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Lion Football 2013 2012 Overall Statistics

2012 Southeastern Football Results (5-6 Overall • 5-2 Southland • 3-2 Home • 2-4 Away) Date Opponent Sept. 1 at Missouri Sept. 8 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE Sept. 13 at UT Martin Sept. 22 #17 McNEESE STATE Sept. 29 at Lamar Oct. 6 at UAB Oct. 13 NORTHWESTERN STATE Oct. 27 #14 CENTRAL ARKANSAS Nov. 3 at #4 Sam Houston State Nov. 10 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN Nov. 15 at Nicholls State

Result Score L 10-62 L 14-31 L 6-23 W 25-24 W 31-21 L 3-52 W 27-22 L 14-34 L 0-70 W 42-27 W 35-16

Overall Southland Time TV Att. 0-1-0 0-0-0 3:21 ESPN3 62,173 0-2-0 0-0-0 2:54 - 6,278 0-3-0 0-0-0 3:13 - 4,012 1-3-0 1-0-0 2:56 SE Channel 4,791 2-3-0 2-0-0 3:05 SLC TV 8,426 2-4-0 2-0-0 2:47 - 16,212 3-4-0 3-0-0 3:12 SLC TV 4,284 3-5-0 3-1-0 2:56 SE Channel 6,795 3-6-0 3-2-0 4:01 - 6,844 4-6-0 4-2-0 3:14 SE Channel 4,183 5-6-0 5-2-0 3:07 WHNO-TV 5,110

* - Southland Conference game SLU OPP SCORING 207 382 Points Per Game 18.8 34.7 FIRST DOWNS 178 223 Rushing 54 95 Passing 105 102 Penalty 19 26 RUSHING YARDAGE 1136 2004 Yards gained rushing 1430 2266 Yards lost rushing 294 262 Rushing Attempts 400 450 Average Per Rush 2.8 4.5 Average Per Game 103.3 182.2 TDs Rushing 11 24 PASSING YARDAGE 2165 2259 Comp-Att-Int 189-349-10 184-324-12 Average Per Pass 6.2 7.0 Average Per Catch 11.5 12.3 Average Per Game 196.8 205.4 TDs Passing 11 20 TOTAL OFFENSE 3301 4263 Total Plays 749 774 Average Per Play 4.4 5.5 Average Per Game 300.1 387.5 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 60-1255 30-631 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 10-193 32-470 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 12-82 10-208 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 20.9 21.0 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 19.3 14.7 INT RETURN AVERAGE 6.8 20.8 FUMBLES-LOST 22-11 15-6 PENALTIES-Yards 105-946 70-645 Average Per Game 86.0 58.6 PUNTS-Yards 62-2548 42-1635 Average Per Punt 41.1 38.9 Net punt average 32.5 33.4 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 29:41 30:19 3RD-DOWN Conversions 55/167 69/161 3rd-Down Pct 33% 43% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 13/34 11/24 4th-Down Pct 38% 46% SACKS BY-Yards 25-157 18-122 MISC YARDS -7 74 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 27 51 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 6-14 10-15 ON-SIDE KICKS 0-1 0-0 RED-ZONE SCORES (22-32) 69% (39-45) 87% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (17-32) 53% (30-45) 67% PAT-ATTEMPTS (23-24) 96% (44-47) 94% ATTENDANCE 26331 102777 Games/Avg Per Game 5/5266 6/17130 SCORE BY QUARTERS Southeastern La. Opponents

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2012 Statistics

Southeastern Louisiana

RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Lg Avg/G Xavier Roberson 11 105 507 19 488 4.6 4 36 44.4 Rasheed Harrell 6 72 387 11 376 5.2 3 33 62.7 Michael Chaney 6 63 152 26 126 2.0 3 13 21.0 Blaine LeBlanc 11 26 68 11 57 2.2 0 20 5.2 Brian Young 8 14 56 17 39 2.8 0 11 4.9 Zeke Jones 1 7 35 0 35 5.0 0 16 35.0 Tony McCrea 11 8 27 2 25 3.1 0 15 2.3 Jordan Wells 1 3 17 0 17 5.7 0 10 17.0 LaTruan Weary 10 14 22 8 14 1.0 0 5 1.4 Matt McCormick 6 1 4 0 4 4.0 0 4 0.7 Reshad Douglas 11 1 3 0 3 3.0 0 3 0.3 Robert Alford 11 2 6 6 0 0.0 0 6 0.0 Jarrett Johnson 10 1 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 Jeff Smiley 11 10 13 15 -2 -0.2 0 6 -0.2 Marquis Fruge’ 11 4 3 6 -3 -0.8 0 2 -0.3 TEAM 5 5 0 13 -13 -2.6 0 0 -2.6 Nathan Stanley 11 64 130 160 -30 -0.5 1 10 -2.7 Total 11 400 1430 294 1136 2.8 11 36 103.3 Opponents 11 450 2266 262 2004 4.5 24 76 182.2 PASSING Nathan Stanley Brian Young Beau Mothe Jordan Barnett Tony McCrea Total Opponents

G Effic C-A-I Pct Yds TD 11 107.85 177-327-9 54.1 1952 9 8 80.03 6-15-1 40.0 56 1 11 298.20 3-4-0 75.0 67 1 3 289.00 2-2-0 100.0 45 0 11 478.00 1-1-0 100.0 45 0 11 110.93 189-349-10 54.2 2165 11 11 128.32 184-324-12 56.8 2259 20

Lg Avg/G 44 177.5 18 7.0 27 6.1 35 15.0 45 4.1 45 196.8 70 205.4

RECEIVING G No. Yds Avg TD Lg Avg/G Tony McCrea 11 28 401 14.3 1 44 36.5 Stanley Moore 11 27 370 13.7 0 38 33.6 Marquis Fruge’ 11 24 335 14.0 0 39 30.5 Jeremy Meyers 11 21 190 9.0 3 26 17.3 Jeff Smiley 11 21 179 8.5 2 24 16.3 Michael Chaney 6 14 112 8.0 1 41 18.7 Blaine LeBlanc 11 12 88 7.3 1 23 8.0 Chris Malott 11 10 142 14.2 0 45 12.9 Reshad Douglas 11 7 86 12.3 0 23 7.8 Robert Alford 11 4 52 13.0 0 19 4.7 Jerry Anderson 8 4 32 8.0 1 11 4.0 Jarrett Johnson 10 3 24 8.0 0 12 2.4 LaTruan Weary 10 3 17 5.7 0 11 1.7 Taylor Jenkins 11 3 10 3.3 1 8 0.9 Rasheed Harrell 6 2 10 5.0 0 7 1.7 Beau Mothe 11 1 32 32.0 0 35 2.9 Rogers Mueller 11 1 27 27.0 0 27 2.5 Tyler Stoddard 11 1 21 21.0 0 21 1.9 Xavier Roberson 11 1 20 20.0 1 20 1.8 Nathan Stanley 11 1 13 13.0 0 13 1.2 Jordan Wells 1 1 4 4.0 0 4 4.0 Total 11 189 2165 11.5 11 45 196.8 Opponents 11 184 2259 12.3 20 70 205.4

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PUNT RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long Robert Alford 7 99 14.1 1 75 Tony McCrea 2 89 44.5 1 54 Chris Malott 1 5 5.0 0 0 Total 10 193 19.3 2 75 Opponents 32 470 14.7 2 72 INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg TD Long Robert Alford 4 5 1.2 0 3 Tyler Stoddard 2 24 12.0 0 19 Todd Washington 1 11 11.0 0 11 Marice Sutton 1 11 11.0 0 11 Drew Misita 1 0 0.0 0 0 Tay Alford 1 0 0.0 0 0 Kaleb Muse 1 14 14.0 0 14 Denzel Thompson 1 17 17.0 0 17 Total 12 82 6.8 0 19 Opponents 10 208 20.8 3 96 KICK RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long Jeff Smiley 24 474 19.8 0 47 Xavier Roberson 11 366 33.3 2 96 Jarrett Johnson 4 93 23.2 0 30 Robert Alford 4 61 15.2 0 26 Jordan Wells 4 88 22.0 0 29 John Roberts 3 22 7.3 0 9 Rasheed Harrell 2 38 19.0 0 19 Tony McCrea 2 39 19.5 0 22 Cqulin Hubert 1 7 7.0 0 7 Devan Walker 1 18 18.0 0 18 Juwaan Rogers 1 14 14.0 0 14 Aaron Harris 1 10 10.0 0 10 LaTruan Weary 1 11 11.0 0 11 Jeremy Meyers, 1 14 14.0 0 14 Total 60 1255 20.9 2 96 Opponents 30 631 21.0 0 56 |----------- PATs -----------| SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points Xavier Roberson 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 42 Seth Sebastian 0 6-14 23-24 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 41 Michael Chaney 4 0-0 0-0 1-1 0 0-0 0 0 26 Rasheed Harrell 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 Jeremy Meyers 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 Tony McCrea 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Jeff Smiley 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Blaine LeBlanc 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Nathan Stanley 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Taylor Jenkins 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Robert Alford 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Jerry Anderson 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 T’Darryl Grays 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Rogers Mueller 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 2 Brian Young 0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0-0 0 0 0 Beau Mothe 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1-1 0 0 0 Total 27 6-14 23-24 1-2 1 1-1 0 0 207 Opponents 51 10-15 44-47 0-0 1 1-4 0 0 382

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Lion Football 2013 TOTAL OFFENSE G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G Nathan Stanley 11 391 -30 1952 1922 174.7 Xavier Roberson 11 105 488 0 488 44.4 Rasheed Harrell 6 72 376 0 376 62.7 Michael Chaney 6 63 126 0 126 21.0 Brian Young 8 29 39 56 95 11.9 Tony McCrea 11 9 25 45 70 6.4 Beau Mothe 11 4 0 67 67 6.1 Blaine LeBlanc 11 26 57 0 57 5.2 Jordan Barnett 3 2 0 45 45 15.0 Zeke Jones 1 7 35 0 35 35.0 Jordan Wells 1 3 17 0 17 17.0 LaTruan Weary 10 14 14 0 14 1.4 Matt McCormick 6 1 4 0 4 0.7 Reshad Douglas 11 1 3 0 3 0.3 Jeff Smiley 11 10 -2 0 -2 -0.2 Marquis Fruge’ 11 4 -3 0 -3 -0.3 TEAM 5 5 -13 0 -13 -2.6 Total 11 749 1136 2165 3301 300.1 Opponents 11 774 2004 2259 4263 387.5

FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Pct 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk Seth Sebastian 6-14 42.9 0-0 2-2 3-7 1-3 0-2 49 2 FG SEQUENCE Southeastern La. OPPONENTS Missouri (31) South Dakota State 34,40 (23),(22),48,(26) UT Martin 34,35 38,31,(33) McNeese State (49) (30),36 Lamar (26) UAB (33) (53) Northwestern State (22),(30) (22) Central Arkansas 51 (26),(37) Sam Houston State 43 32 Stephen F.Austin 51,31 Nicholls State - (28) Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made. PUNTING No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd Beau Mothe 53 2305 43.5 60 2 10 5 1 Nathan Stanley 3 88 29.3 42 1 1 1 0 Jordan Barnett 3 95 31.7 41 0 0 1 0 Matt McCormick 2 49 24.5 36 0 0 0 0 TEAM 1 11 11.0 11 0 0 0 0 Total 62 2548 41.1 60 3 11 7 1 Opponents 42 1635 38.9 59 2 13 15 2

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Yds Avg TB OB Retn Net YdLn 2457 61.4 10 0 - - 2457 61.4 10 0 631 39.4 25 4222 58.6 11 0 1255 37.4 27

ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G Xavier Roberson 11 488 20 0 366 0 874 79.5 Jeff Smiley 11 -2 179 0 474 0 651 59.2 Tony McCrea 11 25 401 89 39 0 554 50.4 Rasheed Harrell 6 376 10 0 38 0 424 70.7 Stanley Moore 11 0 370 0 0 0 370 33.6 Marquis Fruge’ 11 -3 335 0 0 0 332 30.2 Michael Chaney 6 126 112 0 0 0 238 39.7 Robert Alford 11 0 52 99 61 5 217 19.7 Jeremy Meyers 11 0 190 0 14 0 204 18.5 Chris Malott 11 0 142 5 0 0 147 13.4 Blaine LeBlanc 11 57 88 0 0 0 145 13.2 Jarrett Johnson 10 0 24 0 93 0 117 11.7 Jordan Wells 1 17 4 0 88 0 109 109.0 Reshad Douglas 11 3 86 0 0 0 89 8.1 Tyler Stoddard 11 0 21 0 0 24 45 4.1 LaTruan Weary 10 14 17 0 11 0 42 4.2 Brian Young 8 39 0 0 0 0 39 4.9 Zeke Jones 1 35 0 0 0 0 35 35.0 Jerry Anderson 8 0 32 0 0 0 32 4.0 Beau Mothe 11 0 32 0 0 0 32 2.9 Rogers Mueller 11 0 27 0 0 0 27 2.5 John Roberts 10 0 0 0 22 0 22 2.2 Devan Walker 10 0 0 0 18 0 18 1.8 Denzel Thompson 10 0 0 0 0 17 17 1.7 Juwaan Rogers 10 0 0 0 14 0 14 1.4 Kaleb Muse 11 0 0 0 0 14 14 1.3 Marice Sutton 11 0 0 0 0 11 11 1.0 Todd Washington 11 0 0 0 0 11 11 1.0 Taylor Jenkins 11 0 10 0 0 0 10 0.9 Aaron Harris 11 0 0 0 10 0 10 0.9 Cqulin Hubert 11 0 0 0 7 0 7 0.6 Matt McCormick 6 4 0 0 0 0 4 0.7 TEAM 5 -13 0 0 0 0 -13 -2.6 Nathan Stanley 11 -30 13 0 0 0 -17 -1.5 Total 11 1136 2165 193 1255 82 4831 439.2 Opponents 11 2004 2259 470 631 208 5572 506.5 FUMBLE RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long T’Darryl Grays 1 25 25.0 1 25 Total 1 25 25.0 1 25 Opponents 3 25 8.3 2 11

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|----------Tackles----------| |--Sacks--| |-----Pass Def-----| |----Fumbles----| Blkd DEFENSIVE LEADERS GP Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds No-Yards Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf 33 Kaleb Muse 11 49 31 80 5.0-10 2-2 1-14 1 1 . 2 . . 5 John Graves 11 54 16 70 2.0-4 . . 3 2 1-0 . . . 23 Tyler Stoddard 11 48 15 63 4.5-19 1-14 2-24 2 . . . 1 . 51 Cqulin Hubert 11 42 18 60 9.5-18 . . . 3 2-0 . . . 7 Marice Sutton 11 41 16 57 2.0-3 . 1-11 4 . . 1 . . 4 Theo Alexander 11 44 9 53 . . . 5 . . . 1 . 8 Devan Walker 10 37 9 46 12.0-61 7-51 . 1 4 . 1 . . 20 Drew Misita 11 35 8 43 4.0-21 2-15 1-0 . 2 . . . . 13 Robert Alford 11 36 3 39 5.0-8 . 4-5 8 . . . . . 46 Tay Alford 10 18 18 36 3.0-11 1-0 1-0 . 2 . . . . 53 Tremaine Lucas 11 25 7 32 6.0-17 2-13 . . 1 . . . . 91 Greg Triay 11 17 10 27 3.0-9 1-2 . . 3 . . . . 1 Todd Washington 11 23 4 27 2.0-5 . 1-11 9 . . . . . 21 Kevin Roberts 9 17 7 24 1.0-3 . . 1 1 . . . . 96 Jeremy Williams 11 11 11 22 2.0-3 . . . 1 . . . . 11 Josh Dakin 11 12 3 15 . . . . . . 1 . . 44 Mairo Stovall 9 11 3 14 1.0-8 1-8 . . 1 1-0 . . . 24 T’Darryl Grays 10 8 4 12 . . . . . 1-25 1 . . 42 Aaron Harris 11 7 4 11 2.0-10 2-10 . . 1 . . . . 95 Justin Church 11 7 3 10 2.0-10 2-10 . . 3 . . . . 31 Denzel Thompson 10 7 2 9 1.0-7 1-7 1-17 . . . 1 . . 43 Caleb Young 4 7 1 8 . 1-0 . . . . . . . 40 John Roberts 10 7 1 8 1.0-10 1-10 . . . . . . . 2 Kevin Harmon 11 5 2 7 . . . . 1 . . . . 83 Robert Scarpati 10 6 1 7 1.0-5 1-5 . . . . . . . 27 Harlan Miller 11 6 1 7 1.0-5 . . . . . . . . 38 Delwin Davis 9 5 1 6 . . . . . . . . . 98 Scott Korte 9 3 2 5 . . . . . . . . . 58 Dereck Robinson 6 4 . 4 1.0-1 1-1 . . . . . . . 39 Tyler Tourelle 2 2 1 3 1.0-5 1-5 . . . . . . . 99 Rogers Mueller 11 2 1 3 . . . . . . . . . 94 Collin Middleton 3 1 1 2 1.0-1 . . . . . 1 . . 16 Jarrett Johnson 10 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 5 Marquis Fruge’ 11 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 1 Xavier Roberson 11 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . 12 Nathan Stanley 11 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 14 Jeff Smiley 11 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 89 Hunter Craven 10 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 84 Chris Malott 11 1 . 1 . . . . . . . 1 . 30 Blaine LeBlanc 11 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 47 Taylor Jenkins 11 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 6 Ryan Adams 11 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 8 Beau Mothe 11 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 18 Reshad Douglas 11 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . TM TEAM - 2 . 2 1.0-4 1-4 . . . 1-0 1 . . Total 11 612 215 827 74-258 25-157 12-82 34 26 6-25 9 3 . Opponents 11 589 140 729 73.0-265 18-122 10-208 53 20 11-25 16 4 .

Red-Zone Results (Offense)

Red-Zone Results (Defense)

Times Times Total Rush Pass FGs I---Failed to score in RZ ---I Opponent In RZ Scrd Pts TDs TDs TDs Made MFG Dwn Int F EOH EOG at Missouri 1 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 South Dakota State 3 1 7 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 at UT Martin 4 1 6 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 McNeese State 4 3 22 3 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 at Lamar 6 4 24 3 2 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 at UAB 1 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Northwestern State 4 4 20 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Central Arkansas 3 2 14 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 at Sam Houston State 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Stephen F.Austin 2 1 7 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 at Nicholls State 4 4 28 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 32 22 134 17 8 9 5 5 3 2 0 0 0 22 of 32 (68.8%)

Times Times Total Rush Pass FGs I---Failed to score in RZ ---I Opponent In RZ Scrd Pts TDs TDs TDs Made MFG Dwn Int F EOH EOG at Missouri 4 4 27 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 South Dakota State 4 4 16 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 at UT Martin 6 4 23 3 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 McNeese State 4 3 17 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 at Lamar 2 2 14 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at UAB 4 4 28 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Northwestern State 3 3 16 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Central Arkansas 4 4 20 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Sam Houston State 6 5 35 5 5 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Stephen F.Austin 5 4 27 4 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 at Nicholls State 3 2 9 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 Totals 45 39 232 30 19 11 9 4 0 1 1 0 0 39 of 45 (86.7%)

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Lion Football 2013 Southeastern Individual Game Highs

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Rushes 22 Yards Rushing 151 TD Rushes 2 Long Rush 36 Pass attempts 43 Pass completions 22 Yards Passing 280 TD Passes 2 Long Pass 45 Receptions 6 Yards Receiving 131 TD Receptions 2 Long Reception 45 Field Goals 2 Long Field Goal 49 Punts 8 Punting Avg 53.0 Long Punt 60 Punts inside 20 1 Long Punt Return 75 Long Kickoff Return 96 Tackles 14 Sacks 2.0 Tackles For Loss 3.0 Interceptions 1

Rushes 34 Yards Rushing 278 TD Rushes 4 Long Rush 76 Pass attempts 38 Pass completions 21 Yards Passing 266 TD Passes 3 Long Pass 70 Receptions 6 Yards Receiving 108 TD Receptions 2 Long Reception 70 Field Goals 3 Long Field Goal 53 Punts 6 Punting Avg 50.7 Long Punt 59 Punts inside 20 2 Long Punt Return 72 Long Kickoff Return 56 Tackles 13 Sacks 2.0 Tackles For Loss 4.0 Interceptions 2

Xavier Roberson at Nicholls State (11/15/12) Rasheed Harrell vs. Stephen F.Austin (11/10/12) Michael Chaney at Lamar (9/29/12) Xavier Roberson vs. Northwestern State (10/13/12) Xavier Roberson vs. Stephen F.Austin (11/10/12) Rasheed Harrell at Nicholls State (11/15/12) Xavier Roberson vs. Central Arkansas (10/27/12) Nathan Stanley vs. South Dakota State (9/8/12) Nathan Stanley vs. South Dakota State (9/8/12) Nathan Stanley at UT Martin (9/13/12) Nathan Stanley vs. Central Arkansas (10/27/12) Tony McCrea vs. Central Arkansas (10/27/12) Michael Chaney at UT Martin (9/13/12) Marquis Fruge’ vs. McNeese State (9/22/12) Tony McCrea vs. Central Arkansas (10/27/12) Stanley Moore at UT Martin (9/13/12) Jeremy Meyers at Nicholls State (11/15/12) Chris Malott vs. Central Arkansas (10/27/12) Seth Sebastian vs. Northwestern State (10/13/12) Seth Sebastian vs. McNeese State (9/22/12) Beau Mothe vs. South Dakota State (9/8/12) Beau Mothe at Nicholls State (11/15/12) Beau Mothe at UAB (10/6/12) Beau Mothe vs. South Dakota State (9/8/12) Beau Mothe at UT Martin (9/13/12) Beau Mothe at Lamar (9/29/12) Jordan Barnett at UAB (10/6/12) Beau Mothe vs. Central Arkansas (10/27/12) Nathan Stanley at Sam Houston State (11/3/12) Mothe, Beau at Nicholls State (11/15/12) Robert Alford at Lamar (9/29/12) Xavier Roberson vs. Stephen F.Austin (11/10/12) Kaleb Muse vs. South Dakota State (9/8/12) Devan Walker vs. Northwestern State (10/13/12) Devan Walker at UT Martin (9/13/12) Cqulin Hubert at UT Martin (9/13/12) By several

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2012 Miscellaneous Statistics

Southeastern Louisiana

2012 Starting Lineups (Offense) Opponent at Missouri South Dakota State at UT Martin McNeese State at Lamar at UAB Northwestern State Central Arkansas at Sam Houston State Stephen F.Austin at Nicholls State

WR (X) Anderson Malott Malott Smiley Anderson Malottt McCrea McCrea Malott Anderson Malott

LT Roppolo Roppolo Roppolo Gabriel Gabriel Gabriel Gabriel Gabriel Gabriel Gabriel Gabriel

LG Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson

C Paris Paris Paris Paris Paris Paris Paris Paris Paris Paris Paris

RG Gabriel Gabriel Gabriel Boothe Boothe Boothe Boothe Boothe Boothe Boothe Boothe

RDE Chucch Church Williams Williams Williams Church Williams Williams Williams Williams Church

LOLB/DB MLB Walker Muse Walker Muse Walker Muse Walker Misita Walker Muse Misita Muse Hubert Muse Walker Muse Walker Muse Stoddard Muse Walker Muse

RT TE/WR (Y) Boothe Jenkins Boothe Jenkins Boothe Meyers Roppolo Jenkins Roppolo Jenkins Roppolo Jenkins Roppolo Jenkins Roppolo Malott Roppolo Jenkins Roppolo Jenkins Roppolo Jenkins

WR (Z) McCrea McCrea Douglas McCrea McCrea Johnson Johnson Fruge’ McCrea Douglas Johnson

QB Stanley Stanley Stanley Stanley Stanley Stanley Stanley Stanley Stanley Stanley Stanley

RB Chaney Chaney Chaney Chaney Chaney Roberson LeBlanc LeBlanc Roberson LeBlanc Roberson

ROLB T.Alford T.Alford Hubert Hubert Hubert Hubert T.Alford Hubert Hubert Hubert T.Alford

LION Graves Graves Graves Graves Graves Graves Graves Graves Roberts Graves Graves

FS Stoddard Alexander Grays Alexander Alexander Alexander Alexander Stoddard Grays Alexander Stoddard

F/TE Weary Craven Weary Weary Rogers Meyers Meyers Harrell Meyers Meyers Meyers

2012 Starting Lineups (Defense) Opponent at Missouri South Dakota State at UT Martin McNeese State at Lamar at UAB Northwestern State Central Arkansas at Sam Houston State Stephen F.Austin at Nicholls State

LDE NG Triay Lucas Stovall Lucas Triay Stovall Triay Lucas Triay Lucas Triay Lucas Triay Lucas Triay Lucas Triay Lucas Triay Lucas Triay Lucas

Lion Tales

2012 Roberts September . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3 . . . . . . . 2-3 October . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2 . . . . . . . 1-2 November . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1 . . . . . . . 2-1

LCB R.Alford R.Alford R.Alford R.Alford R.Alford R.Alford R.Alford R.Alford R.Alford R.Alford R.Alford

at home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-1 . . . . . . . 0-1 on the road . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-3 . . . . . . . 0-3 vs. ranked opponents . . . . . . . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . . . 0-0

Southeastern’s Record in Games...

Southeastern’s Record When Allowing...

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Southeastern’s Non-Conference Record...

Offense

less than 300 total yards . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . 1-0 300-399 total yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2 . . . . . . . 4-2 400-499 total yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-2 . . . . . . . 0-2 500-599 total yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-2 . . . . . . . 0-2 600+ total yards offense . . . . . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . . . 0-0 less than 100 yards rush . . . . . . . . . 2-1 . . . . . . . 2-1 100-149 yards rush . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-0 . . . . . . . 2-0 150+ yards rush . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5 . . . . . . . 1-5 less than 200 yards pass . . . . . . . . . 3-4 . . . . . . . 3-4 200-249 yards passing . . . . . . . . . . . 2-0 . . . . . . . 2-0 250-299 yards passing . . . . . . . . . . . 0-1 . . . . . . . 0-1 300-349 yards passing . . . . . . . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . . . 0-0 350-399 yards passing . . . . . . . . . . . 0-1 . . . . . . . 0-1 400+ yards passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . . . 0-0

decided by 7 pts. or less . . . . . . . . . 2-0 . . . . . . . 2-0 decided by 3 pts. or less . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . 1-0 away during the day . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2 . . . . . . . 1-2 away at night . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2 . . . . . . . 1-2 home during the day . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . 1-0 home at night . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2 . . . . . . . 2-2

Southeastern’s Record When Scoring... Less than 20 points . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-6 . . . . . . . 0-6 20-29 points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-0 . . . . . . . 2-0 30+ points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-0 . . . . . . . 3-0

Southeastern’s Record When Allowing... Less than 20 points . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . 1-0 20-29 points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1 . . . . . . . 4-1 30+ points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-5 . . . . . . . 0-5

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DL Greg Triay Justin Church Jeremy Williams

leading after 1st quarter . . . . . . . . . 3-0 . . . . . . . 3-0 tied after 1st quarter . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 . . . . . . . 1-1 leading after 2nd quarter . . . . . . . . 3-0 . . . . . . . 3-0 leading after 3rd quarter . . . . . . . . . 4-0 . . . . . . . 4-0 overtime games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . . . 0-0 trailing after 1st quarter . . . . . . . . . 1-5 . . . . . . . 1-5 trailing after 2nd quarter . . . . . . . . 2-6 . . . . . . . 2-6 trailing after 3rd quarter . . . . . . . . . 1-6 . . . . . . . 1-6

WR/TE Taylor Jenkins Carl Pearson Tony McCrea Chris Malott Jeremy Meyers Hunter Craven Marquis Fruge’ Jeff Smiley

RB Xavier Roberson Juwaan Rogers Rasheed Harrell

Southeastern’s Record When...

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RCB Washington Washington Washington Washington Washington Washington Washington Washington Washington Washington Washington

Tracking The Career Starts

Southeastern’s Record With... less than 300 yards total offense . . 0-4 . . . . . . . 0-4 300-399 yards total offense . . . . . . 4-2 . . . . . . . 4-2 400+ yards total offense . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . 1-0 500+ yards total offense . . . . . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . . . 0-0 600+ yards total offense . . . . . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . . . 0-0 less than 100 yards rush . . . . . . . . . 1-4 . . . . . . . 1-4 100+ yards rushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2 . . . . . . . 1-2 150+ yards rushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-0 . . . . . . . 3-0 less than 200 yards pass . . . . . . . . . 1-4 . . . . . . . 1-4 200+ yards passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1 . . . . . . . 4-1 300+ yards passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-1 . . . . . . . 0-1 400+ yards passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . . . 0-0 500+ yards passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . . . 0-0

Southeastern’s Conference Record...

RAM Sutton Sutton Stoddard Stoddard Stoddard Stoddard Sutton Sutton Sutton Sutton Sutton

LB Cqulin Hubert ** Kaleb Muse Drew Misita ** - includes 6 starts at Texas Tech

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DB Todd Washington • Tyler Stoddard Marice Sutton John Graves Theo Alexander • - Includes six starts at Memphis (2010)

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Lion Football 2013 2012 Final Southland Conference Standings Standings Central Arkansas Sam Houston State Southeastern La. McNeese State Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State Lamar Nicholls State

Conference Pct. 6-1 .857 6-1 .857 5-2 .714 4-3 .571 4-3 .571 2-5 .286 1-6 .143 0-7 .000

PF 215 335 174 202 254 149 125 100

PA Overall Pct. 144 9-3 .750 101 11-4 .733 214 5-6 .455 153 7-4 .636 218 5-6 .455 227 4-7 .364 240 4-8 .333 257 1-10 .091

2012 TEAM Statistics

PF 418 600 207 357 375 265 241 195

PA Home Away Neutral Streak 270 6-0 3-3 0-0 Lost 1 322 4-0 6-3 1-1 Lost 1 382 3-2 2-4 0-0 Won 2 233 4-1 3-3 0-0 Won 1 368 5-0 0-5 0-1 Won 1 354 4-1 0-6 0-0 Lost 3 355 4-2 0-6 0-0 Lost 1 426 1-3 0-7 0-0 Lost 8

SCORING OFFENSE G TD XP 2XP DXP FG Saf Pts Avg 1. Sam Houston State 15 77 74 0 1 20 1 600 40.0 2. Central Arkansas 12 54 53 0 0 13 1 418 34.8 3. Stephen F.Austin 11 48 40 1 0 15 0 375 34.1 4. McNeese State 11 46 45 0 0 12 0 357 32.5 5. Northwestern State 11 32 29 1 0 14 0 265 24.1 6. Lamar 12 32 29 0 1 6 0 241 20.1 7. Southeastern La. 11 27 23 2 0 6 0 207 18.8 8. Nicholls State 11 24 21 0 0 10 0 195 17.7

PASS DEFENSE G Att Cmp Int 1. Lamar 12 394 228 13 2. Southeastern La. 11 324 184 12 3. Northwestern State 11 367 213 10 4. Central Arkansas 12 366 217 15 5. Stephen F.Austin 11 351 197 9 6. Sam Houston State 15 494 259 18 7. McNeese State 11 419 263 15 8. Nicholls State 11 379 240 11

RUSHING OFFENSE G Att 1. Sam Houston State 15 742 2. McNeese State 11 441 3. Central Arkansas 12 428 4. Lamar 12 451 5. Stephen F.Austin 11 328 6. Northwestern State 11 389 7. Nicholls State 11 348 8. Southeastern La. 11 400

TOTAL DEFENSE G 1. Sam Houston State 15 2. Stephen F.Austin 11 3. McNeese State 11 4. Lamar 12 5. Central Arkansas 12 6. Southeastern La. 11 7. Northwestern State 11 8. Nicholls State 11

Yds Avg TD Yds/G 4025 5.4 46 268.3 2304 5.2 23 209.5 1602 3.7 17 133.5 1511 3.4 8 125.9 1309 4.0 16 119.0 1286 3.3 14 116.9 1279 3.7 14 116.3 1136 2.8 11 103.3

Pct. Yds Avg TD Yds/G 57.9 2397 6.1 17 199.8 56.8 2259 7.0 20 205.4 58.0 2365 6.4 22 215.0 59.3 2634 7.2 15 219.5 56.1 2437 6.9 23 221.5 52.4 3524 7.1 27 234.9 62.8 2614 6.2 16 237.6 63.3 2894 7.6 25 263.1

Rush Pass Plys Yards Avg TD Yds/G 1478 3524 947 5002 5.3 39 333.5 1320 2437 782 3757 4.8 39 341.5 1269 2614 784 3883 5.0 29 353.0 1926 2397 837 4323 5.2 40 360.2 1920 2634 853 4554 5.3 36 379.5 2004 2259 774 4263 5.5 44 387.5 2130 2365 840 4495 5.4 40 408.6 2119 2894 825 5013 6.1 54 455.7

SCORING DEFENSE G TD XP 2XP DXP FG Saf Pts Avg 1. McNeese State 11 29 26 3 0 9 0 233 21.2 2. Sam Houston State 15 42 36 2 0 10 0 322 21.5 3. Central Arkansas 12 36 30 0 0 8 0 270 22.5 4. Lamar 12 43 41 1 0 18 0 355 29.6 5. Northwestern State 11 44 42 0 0 16 0 354 32.2 6. Stephen F.Austin 11 48 43 1 0 11 1 368 33.5 7. Southeastern La. 11 51 44 1 0 10 0 382 34.7 8. Nicholls State 11 56 54 0 0 12 0 426 38.7

KICKOFF RETURNS G Ret Yds TD Avg 1. Lamar 12 52 1184 2 22.8 2. Sam Houston State 15 44 940 0 21.4 3. Stephen F.Austin 11 39 830 0 21.3 4. Central Arkansas 12 33 695 0 21.1 5. Southeastern La. 11 60 1255 2 20.9 6. Northwestern State 11 53 1059 2 20.0 7. McNeese State 11 39 736 0 18.9 8. Nicholls State 11 52 959 0 18.4

RUSHING DEFENSE G Rushes 1. Sam Houston State 15 453 2. McNeese State 11 365 3. Stephen F.Austin 11 431 4. Central Arkansas 12 487 5. Lamar 12 443 6. Southeastern La. 11 450 7. Nicholls State 11 446 8. Northwestern State 11 473

PUNT RETURN AVG G Ret Yds TD Avg 1. Southeastern La. 11 10 193 2 19.3 2. Northwestern State 11 19 346 0 18.2 3. McNeese State 11 21 299 0 14.2 4. Central Arkansas 12 20 273 2 13.6 5. Sam Houston State 15 36 477 1 13.2 6. Nicholls State 11 15 111 0 7.4 7. Lamar 12 17 111 0 6.5 8. Stephen F.Austin 11 30 187 0 6.2

PASS OFFENSE G Att Cmp Int 1. Stephen F.Austin 11 679 395 26 2. Central Arkansas 12 437 285 10 3. Nicholls State 11 355 205 16 4. McNeese State 11 294 180 6 5. Southeastern La. 11 349 189 10 6. Sam Houston State 15 334 205 12 7. Northwestern State 11 345 189 7 8. Lamar 12 340 189 13 TOTAL OFFENSE G 1. Stephen F.Austin 11 2. Sam Houston State 15 3. McNeese State 11 4. Central Arkansas 12 5. Nicholls State 11 6. Southeastern La. 11 7. Northwestern State 11 8. Lamar 12

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Pct. Yds Avg TD Yds/G 58.2 4240 6.2 31 385.5 65.2 3199 7.3 32 266.6 57.7 2443 6.9 10 222.1 61.2 2239 7.6 21 203.5 54.2 2165 6.2 11 196.8 61.4 2853 8.5 26 190.2 54.8 1979 5.7 14 179.9 55.6 1857 5.5 18 154.8

Rush Pass Plays Yards Avg/P TD Yds/G 1309 4240 1007 5549 5.5 47 504.5 4025 2853 1076 6878 6.4 72 458.5 2304 2239 735 4543 6.2 44 413.0 1602 3199 865 4801 5.6 49 400.1 1279 2443 703 3722 5.3 24 338.4 1136 2165 749 3301 4.4 22 300.1 1286 1979 734 3265 4.4 28 296.8 1511 1857 791 3368 4.3 26 280.7

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PR Avg TBg Net/P 106 1.6 6 39.1 141 2.7 4 37.8 111 1.7 7 36.3 176 3.6 3 36.1 208 2.8 2 34.4 381 5.6 3 34.4 217 3.6 2 32.7 470 7.6 3 32.5

PASS EFFICIENCY 1. Sam Houston State 2. Central Arkansas 3. McNeese State 4. Stephen F.Austin 5. Nicholls State 6. Northwestern State 7. Lamar 8. Southeastern La.

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Gained Lost TURNOVER MARGIN G Fum Int Tot Fum Int Tot Mar Per/G 1. McNeese State 11 13 15 28 6 6 12 +16 1.45 2. Sam Houston State 15 12 18 30 8 12 20 +10 0.67 3. Central Arkansas 12 12 15 27 11 10 21 +6 0.50 4. Northwestern State 11 10 10 20 13 7 20 +0 0.00 5. Southeastern La. 11 6 12 18 11 10 21 -3 -0.27 6. Nicholls State 11 11 11 22 13 16 29 -7 -0.64 7. Lamar 12 3 13 16 19 13 32 -16 -1.33 8. Stephen F.Austin 11 17 9 26 15 26 41 -15 -1.36

SACKS AGAINST G Sacks Yards 1. Sam Houston State 15 6 46 2. Stephen F.Austin 11 10 85 3. Southeastern La. 11 18 122 McNeese State 11 18 130 5. Central Arkansas 12 22 128 6. Lamar 12 33 240 7. Northwestern State 11 34 191 8. Nicholls State 11 43 286

PASS DEF EFFICIENCY 1. Lamar 2. McNeese State 3. Sam Houston State 4. Central Arkansas 5. Northwestern State 6. Southeastern La. 7. Stephen F.Austin 8. Nicholls State

G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds TD Effic 12 394 228 13 57.9 2397 17 116.6 11 419 263 15 62.8 2614 16 120.6 15 494 259 18 52.4 3524 27 123.1 12 366 217 15 59.3 2634 15 125.1 11 367 213 10 58.0 2365 22 126.5 11 324 184 12 56.8 2259 20 128.3 11 351 197 9 56.1 2437 23 130.9 11 379 240 11 63.3 2894 25 143.4

PENALTIES G No Yds Avg/G 1. McNeese State 11 77 692 62.9 2. Lamar 12 83 760 63.3 3. Central Arkansas 12 86 767 63.9 4. Nicholls State 11 83 740 67.3 5. Sam Houston State 15 112 1021 68.1 6. Stephen F.Austin 11 80 753 68.5 7. Northwestern State 11 99 930 84.5 8. Southeastern La. 11 105 946 86.0

FIRST DOWNS G Rush Pass Pen Total 1. Sam Houston State 15 183 116 26 325 2. Stephen F.Austin 11 80 200 37 317 3. Central Arkansas 12 91 145 18 254 4. McNeese State 11 109 110 27 246 5. Lamar 12 93 93 20 206 6. Nicholls State 11 69 99 28 196 7. Northwestern State 11 66 82 33 181 8. Southeastern La. 11 54 105 19 178 3RD-DN CONVERSIONS G Md Att Pct 1. Sam Houston State 15 98 215 45.6 2. McNeese State 11 56 133 42.1 3. Central Arkansas 12 76 184 41.3 4. Stephen F.Austin 11 80 200 40.0 5. Lamar 12 63 173 36.4 6. Southeastern La. 11 55 167 32.9 7. Northwestern State 11 53 168 31.5 8. Nicholls State 11 43 141 30.5

FIELD GOALS G Md Att Pct 1. Central Arkansas 12 13 15 .867 2. Northwestern State 11 14 17 .824 3. Sam Houston State 15 20 25 .800 4. Stephen F.Austin 11 15 20 .750 5. Nicholls State 11 10 14 .714 6. McNeese State 11 12 18 .667 7. Lamar 12 6 10 .600 8. Southeastern La. 11 6 14 .429 OPPONENT PENALTIES G No Yds Avg/G 1. Stephen F.Austin 11 111 1071 97.4 2. Northwestern State 11 98 855 77.7 3. Nicholls State 11 76 750 68.2 4. McNeese State 11 74 689 62.6 5. Central Arkansas 12 85 723 60.2 6. Southeastern La. 11 70 645 58.6 7. Lamar 12 79 633 52.8 8. Sam Houston State 15 90 784 52.3

OPPONENT 1ST DOWNS G R P Pen Total 1. Stephen F.Austin 11 66 90 29 185 2. Lamar 12 86 111 24 221 3. Southeastern La. 11 95 102 26 223 4. McNeese State 11 79 126 23 228 5. Central Arkansas 12 106 116 16 238 6. Northwestern State 11 97 118 37 252 Sam Houston State 15 91 126 35 252 8. Nicholls State 11 106 143 21 270

PAT KICKING G Md Att Pct 1. Central Arkansas 12 53 54 .981 2. McNeese State 11 45 46 .978 3. Sam Houston State 15 74 76 .974 4. Northwestern State 11 29 30 .967 5. Southeastern La. 11 23 24 .958 6. Stephen F.Austin 11 40 43 .930 7. Lamar 12 29 32 .906 8. Nicholls State 11 21 24 .875

OPP 3RD-DN CONVERT G M Att Pct 1. Stephen F.Austin 11 47 170 27.6 2. Sam Houston State 15 60 209 28.7 3. Central Arkansas 12 56 172 32.6 4. Lamar 12 58 178 32.6 5. Northwestern State 11 70 175 40.0 6. McNeese State 11 66 161 41.0 7. Southeastern La. 11 69 161 42.9 8. Nicholls State 11 79 159 49.7

4TH-DN CONVERSIONS G Md Att Pct 1. Central Arkansas 12 15 19 78.9 2. McNeese State 11 6 9 66.7 3. Northwestern State 11 9 15 60.0 4. Lamar 12 13 22 59.1 5. Sam Houston State 15 10 18 55.6 6. Stephen F.Austin 11 10 24 41.7 7. Southeastern La. 11 13 34 38.2 8. Nicholls State 11 8 23 34.8

SACKS BY G Sacks Yards 1. Sam Houston State 15 38 274 2. Stephen F.Austin 11 31 199 3. Central Arkansas 12 30 177 4. Southeastern La. 11 25 157 5. Lamar 12 21 130 6. McNeese State 11 20 156 7. Northwestern State 11 15 104 8. Nicholls State 11 11 68

TIME OF POSSESSION G Time Avg/G 1. Sam Houston State 15 505:51 33:43 2. Lamar 12 375:07 31:15 3. McNeese State 11 343:28 31:13 4. Central Arkansas 12 362:34 30:12 5. Southeastern La. 11 326:32 29:41 6. Nicholls State 11 324:51 29:31 7. Northwestern State 11 303:25 27:35 8. Stephen F.Austin 11 282:22 25:40

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Lion Football 2013 OPP 4TH-DN CONVERT G Md Att Pct 1. Southeastern La. 11 11 24 45.8 2. Lamar 12 12 26 46.2 3. Sam Houston State 15 14 29 48.3 4. Stephen F.Austin 11 12 22 54.5 5. McNeese State 11 13 23 56.5 6. Northwestern State 11 12 20 60.0 Central Arkansas 12 12 20 60.0 8. Nicholls State 11 16 23 69.6 KICKOFF COVERAGE G No. Yds Avg Retn TB NtAvg 1. Central Arkansas 12 77 4663 60.6 1202 12 41.8 2. Southeastern La. 11 40 2457 61.4 631 10 40.7 3. Sam Houston State 15 107 6297 58.9 1347 31 40.5 4. Northwestern State 11 56 3272 58.4 813 11 40.0 5. Lamar 12 48 2630 54.8 541 11 38.9 6. McNeese State 11 66 3893 59.0 1037 16 38.4 7. Nicholls State 11 44 2469 56.1 580 11 37.9 8. Stephen F.Austin 11 75 4396 58.6 1709 7 34.0 RED ZONE OFFENSE G RZ Pct. TDs R/P FG-AT F/Int/D/Oth 1. Sam Houston State 15 62-68 91.2 44 32/12 18-22 0/0/1/1 2. McNeese State 11 41-46 89.1 31 17/14 10-13 2/0/0/0 3. Central Arkansas 12 38-44 86.4 30 14/16 8-10 2/1/1/0 4. Northwestern State 11 26-31 83.9 18 10/8 8-9 2/0/1/1 5. Lamar 12 25-31 80.6 19 7/12 6-9 3/0/0/0 6. Stephen F.Austin 11 49-61 80.3 34 14/20 15-19 1/4/3/0 7. Southeastern La. 11 22-32 68.8 17 8/9 5-10 0/2/3/0 8. Nicholls State 11 23-37 62.2 16 11/5 7-10 3/4/2/2 RED ZONE DEFENSE G RZ Pct. TDs R/P FG-AT F/Int/D/Oth 1. McNeese State 11 27-36 75.0 21 11/10 6-7 1/3/4/0 2. Central Arkansas 12 32-42 76.2 24 16/8 8-12 1/4/1/0 3. Sam Houston State 15 31-40 77.5 23 12/11 8-13 1/1/2/0 4. Stephen F.Austin 11 30-36 83.3 25 13/12 5-8 1/0/1/1 Lamar 12 45-54 83.3 33 20/13 12-15 1/2/3/0 6. Northwestern State 11 38-45 84.4 22 11/11 16-20 2/0/1/0 7. Southeastern La. 11 39-45 86.7 30 19/11 9-13 1/1/0/0 8. Nicholls State 11 51-58 87.9 42 25/17 9-11 3/1/1/0

2012 Individual Statistics RUSHING Team 1. Flanders,Tim SHSU 2. Johnson, Gus SFA 3. Wiltz, Marcus MCN 4. Washington, Marcus NICH 5. Garrett, DePauldrick LU 6. Hinton, Jackie UCA 7. Murray, Javaris MCN 8. Roberson, Xavier SLU 9. Gentry, Doug SFA 10. Sincere, Richard SHSU

Cl G Att Jr. 15 288 So. 10 154 Jr. 10 130 Jr. 10 116 Jr. 10 138 Sr. 12 152 Fr. 10 86 Fr. 11 105 Fr. 10 91 So. 15 106

Yds Avg TD 1642 5.7 17 969 6.3 14 651 5.0 6 598 5.2 6 585 4.2 2 619 4.1 4 504 5.9 3 488 4.6 4 418 4.6 2 607 5.7 5

PASSING AVG/GM Team Cl G A 1. Attaway, Brady SFA Jr. 11 570 2. Smothers,Wynrick UCA Jr. 12 427 3. Stroud, Cody MCN Jr. 11 278 4. Klann, Landry NICH Jr. 11 310 5. Bell, Brian SHSU Jr. 15 322 6. Stanley, Nathan SLU Sr. 11 327 7. Henderson, Brad NWLA Sr. 11 330 8. Mossakowski, Ryan LU Jr. 9 193 9. Mothe, Beau SLU Sr. 11 4 10. Morris, Rumeall NWLA Jr. 10 1

C Int 334 21 277 9 170 5 176 14 197 10 177 9 181 4 113 8 3 0 1 0

PASS EFFICIENCY Team Cl G Att 1. Bell, Brian SHSU Jr. 15 322 2. Smothers,Wynrick UCA Jr. 12 427 3. Stroud, Cody MCN Jr. 11 278 4. Mossakowski, Ryan LU Jr. 9 193 5. Attaway, Brady SFA Jr. 11 570 6. Henderson, Brad NWLA Sr. 11 330 7. Klann, Landry NICH Jr. 11 310 8. Stanley, Nathan SLU Sr. 11 327

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Pct. Yds TD Avg/G 58.6 3671 29 333.7 64.9 3103 31 258.6 61.2 2102 19 191.1 56.8 2049 8 186.3 61.2 2715 25 181.0 54.1 1952 9 177.5 54.8 1874 14 170.4 58.5 1194 13 132.7 75.0 67 1 6.1 100.0 42 0 4.2 Pct. Yds TD 61.2 2715 25 64.9 3103 31 61.2 2102 19 58.5 1194 13 58.6 3671 29 54.8 1874 14 56.8 2049 8 54.1 1952 9

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Yds TD 213 0 238 1 354 0 97 0 88 0

Long Avg 43 12.5 72 12.5 49 11.1 20 6.9 32 5.5

RECEPTIONS/GAME Team 1. Roberson, Cordell SFA 2. Ward, D.J. SFA 3. Brooks, Mike SFA 4. Grandy, Jesse UCA 5. Lewis, Dezmin UCA 6. Croom, Dominique UCA 7. Gambel, Ryan SFA 8. Diller,Trey SHSU 9. Turner, Jesse NICH 10. Ford, Barry LU

Rec 77 62 51 61 56 53 47 62 45 49

Yds TD 1006 10 762 4 492 2 797 7 616 6 711 8 530 2 927 4 448 2 470 1

Long Avg/C Rec/G 75 13.1 8.56 77 12.3 5.64 58 9.6 5.10 75 13.1 5.08 42 11.0 4.67 74 13.4 4.42 30 11.3 4.27 56 15.0 4.13 69 10.0 4.09 25 9.6 4.08

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KICK RETURN AVG Team Cl G 1. Roberson, Xavier SLU Fr. 11 2. Lacy, De’Vante SFA Fr. 10 3. Johnson, Kevin LU So. 11 4. Grandy, Jesse UCA Sr. 12 5. Franks,VanLawrance LU Sr. 12 6. Eagan, Ed NWLA Fr. 9 7. Diller,Trey SHSU Sr. 15 8. Spencer, Diontae MCN Sr. 11 9. Smiley, Jeff SLU Fr. 11 10. Hanberry, Josh NICH So. 10

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Yds TD Long Avg 366 2 96 33.3 351 0 74 29.2 623 2 89 28.3 522 0 48 26.1 410 0 73 24.1 282 1 82 23.5 528 0 59 23.0 264 0 33 22.0 474 0 47 19.8 596 0 53 19.2

RECEIVE YDS/GAME Team 1. Roberson, Cordell SFA 2. Ward, D.J. SFA 3. Grandy, Jesse UCA 4. Diller,Trey SHSU 5. Croom, Dominique UCA 6. Lewis, Dezmin UCA 7. Brooks, Mike SFA 8. Gambel, Ryan SFA 9. Carey, Darius MCN 10. Nelson, Chance SHSU

Rec 77 62 61 62 53 56 51 47 28 35

Yds TD Long Avg/C Yds/G 1006 10 75 13.1 111.8 762 4 77 12.3 69.3 797 7 75 13.1 66.4 927 4 56 15.0 61.8 711 8 74 13.4 59.2 616 6 42 11.0 51.3 492 2 58 9.6 49.2 530 2 30 11.3 48.2 455 3 52 16.2 45.5 671 9 70 19.2 44.7

Cl G Sr. 9 Fr. 11 Sr. 12 Sr. 15 Sr. 12 So. 12 Jr. 10 Sr. 11 Sr. 10 So. 15

PUNTING Team Cl G Punt Yds Long Avg 1. Mothe, Beau SLU Sr. 11 53 2305 60 43.5 2. Foster, Matt SHSU Sr. 15 61 2637 61 43.2 3. Kemps, Cory NICH Sr. 11 50 2112 64 42.2 4. Kahler, Kollin LU Jr. 12 67 2782 63 41.5 5. Breaux, Jean MCN Fr. 11 48 1981 67 41.3 6. Buford, Kevin UCA Sr. 12 66 2640 69 40.0 7. Russo, Nic NWLA Sr. 11 73 2830 64 38.8 8. Bruno, Nick SFA Fr. 11 41 1553 76 37.9

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ALL PURPOSE Team Cl G Rush Rcv PR KR Yds Avg/G 1. Grandy, Jesse UCA Sr. 12 28 797 238 522 1585 132.1 2. Diller,Trey SHSU Sr. 15 62 927 354 528 1871 124.7 3. Flanders,Tim SHSU Jr. 15 1642 128 0 0 1770 118.0 4. Roberson, Cordell SFA Sr. 9 -3 1006 0 0 1003 111.4 5. Johnson, Gus SFA So. 10 969 86 0 0 1055 105.5 6. Hanberry, Josh NICH So. 10 -6 308 0 596 898 89.8 7. Carey, Darius MCN Sr. 10 162 455 213 41 871 87.1 8. Johnson, Kevin LU So. 11 15 309 0 623 947 86.1 9. Spencer, Diontae MCN Sr. 11 159 413 46 264 882 80.2 10. Roberson, Xavier SLU Fr. 11 488 20 0 366 874 79.5

SACKS Team Cl G Pos Solo Ast Yds Total Avg/G 1. Jefferson,Willie SFA Sr. 11 DE 7 2 63 8.0 0.73 2. Robinson, Darren SFA So. 11 DE 4 7 42 7.5 0.68 3. Taylor, Darius SHSU Sr. 14 LB 6 2 53 7.0 0.50 4. Walker, Devan SLU Sr. 10 LB 7 0 51 7.0 0.70 5. Woodard, Jonathan UCA Fr. 12 DE 7 0 41 7.0 0.58 6. Weaver,Andrew SHSU Jr. 14 DE 4 2 48 5.0 0.36 7. Miles, Ishmiah SFA So. 9 DE 4 2 38 5.0 0.56 8. Williams, Justin UCA Sr. 11 DL 5 0 27 5.0 0.45 9. Broadway, Cornist NWLA Jr. 10 DE 4 1 28 4.5 0.45 10. Knight, Rashar NICH Sr. 11 LB 4 0 28 4.0 0.36

SCORING Team Cl G TD XPT FG 2XP Pts Pts/G 1. Johnson, Gus SFA So. 10 15 0 0 0 90 9.0 2. Antonio, Miguel SHSU Sr. 15 0 73 20 0 133 8.9 3. Camara, Eddie UCA So. 12 0 53 13 0 92 7.7 4. Wiggs, Jordan SFA So. 11 0 36 15 0 81 7.4 5. Flanders,Tim SHSU Jr. 15 18 0 0 0 108 7.2 6. Johnson, Kevin LU So. 11 13 0 0 0 78 7.1 7. Lewis, Josh MCN Sr. 11 0 42 11 0 75 6.8 8. Roberson, Cordell SFA Sr. 9 10 0 0 0 60 6.7 9. Shaughnessy, John NWLA Sr. 11 0 29 14 0 71 6.5 10. Dolan,Andrew NICH Jr. 11 0 21 10 0 51 4.6

TACKLES FOR LOSS Team Cl G Pos Solo Ast Yds Total Avg/G 1. Taylor, Darius SHSU Sr. 14 LB 13 6 79 16.0 1.14 2. Heard, Justin UCA Jr. 12 LB 13 4 32 15.0 1.25 3. Lorance, Gary SHSU Jr. 14 DL 8 9 47 12.5 0.89 4. Beauchamp, Jesse SHSU Jr. 15 LB 11 3 41 12.5 0.83 5. Ellefsen, Everett MCN So. 11 DE 10 4 45 12.0 1.09 6. Walker, Devan SLU Sr. 10 LB 12 0 61 12.0 1.20 7. Jefferson,Willie SFA Sr. 11 DE 9 5 73 11.5 1.05 Robinson, Darren SFA So. 11 DE 7 9 59 11.5 1.05 9. Woodard, Jonathan UCA Fr. 12 DE 10 2 51 11.0 0.92 10. Knight, Rashar NICH Sr. 11 LB 7 6 46 10.0 0.91

SCORING (TDs) Team Cl G TD Rush Pass Ret PAT Pts Pts/G 1. Johnson, Gus SFA So. 10 15 14 1 0 0 90 9.0 2. Flanders,Tim SHSU Jr. 15 18 17 1 0 0 108 7.2 3. Johnson, Kevin LU So. 11 13 1 10 2 0 78 7.1 4. Roberson, Cordell SFA Sr. 9 10 0 10 0 0 60 6.7 5. Lewis, Dezmin UCA So. 12 8 0 6 2 0 48 4.0 Grandy, Jesse UCA Sr. 12 8 0 7 1 0 48 4.0 Croom, Dominique UCA Sr. 12 8 0 8 0 0 48 4.0 8. Roberson, Xavier SLU Fr. 11 7 4 1 2 0 42 3.8 9. Carey, Darius MCN Sr. 10 6 3 3 0 0 36 3.6 Washington, Marcus NICH Jr. 10 6 6 0 0 0 36 3.6

PASSES DEFENDED Team Cl G Brup Int Total Avg/G 1. Swanson, Dax SHSU Sr. 15 14 4 18 1.20 Shaw, Robert SHSU Sr. 15 14 4 18 1.20 3. Alford, Robert SLU Sr. 11 8 4 12 1.09 4. Guillory,Adrian LU Sr. 12 10 1 11 0.92 5. Washington,Todd SLU Jr. 11 9 1 10 0.91 6. Thomas, Branden LU Jr. 12 6 4 10 0.83 7. McGlothen,Tyrus LU Jr. 11 6 2 8 0.73 Cahee,Terence MCN Jr. 11 7 1 8 0.73 Bronson, Ryan MCN Jr. 11 5 3 8 0.73 Aubrey, Josh SFA Sr. 11 6 2 8 0.73

FIELD GOALS Team 1. Wiggs, Jordan SFA 2. Antonio, Miguel SHSU 3. Shaughnessy, John NWLA 4. Camara, Eddie UCA 5. Lewis, Josh MCN 6. Dolan,Andrew NICH 7. Sebastian, Seth SLU 8. Stout, Justin LU

Cl G So. 11 Sr. 15 Sr. 11 So. 12 Sr. 11 Jr. 11 Jr. 11 Jr. 12

TACKLES (All positions) Player Team Cl G 1. Piper, Jordan NICH Sr. 11 2. Longino, Jermaine LU Jr. 12 3. Rose, Derek NWLA Sr. 11 4. Garrett, Collin SFA So. 11 5. Heard, Justin UCA Jr. 12 6. Black, Patrick NWLA Jr. 11 7. Epperson, Ryan SFA Sr. 11 8. Barlow, Cedric SFA Jr. 11 9. Love, Jestin UCA Jr. 12 10. Cahee,Terence MCN Jr. 11 Muse, Kaleb SLU So. 11

FG FGA Pct. FG/G 15 20 75.0 1.36 20 25 80.0 1.33 14 17 82.4 1.27 13 15 86.7 1.08 11 17 64.7 1.00 10 14 71.4 0.91 6 14 42.9 0.55 6 10 60.0 0.50 Pos Solo Ast Total Avg/G Sack LB 56 51 107 9.7 1.5 LB 63 44 107 8.9 2.0 LB 49 48 97 8.8 0.0 LB 48 48 96 8.7 0.5 LB 63 37 100 8.3 0.0 LB 39 48 87 7.9 0.0 LB 31 54 85 7.7 1.0 DB 38 46 84 7.6 1.5 DB 49 42 91 7.6 0.0 CB 45 35 80 7.3 0.0 LB 45 35 80 7.3 1.5

INTERCEPTIONS Team Cl G Int Yds TD Long Int/G 1. Alford, Robert SLU Sr. 11 4 5 0 3 0.36 2. Sneed, Bookie SHSU Jr. 12 4 103 2 92 0.33 Thomas, Branden LU Jr. 12 4 68 1 53 0.33 4. Morgan, Guy MCN Jr. 10 3 5 0 5 0.30 5. Paige, Cortez NWLA Sr. 11 3 112 1 52 0.27 White, Jamaal NWLA Sr. 11 3 13 0 13 0.27 Bronson, Ryan MCN Jr. 11 3 5 0 4 0.27 8. Shaw, Robert SHSU Sr. 15 4 51 1 37 0.27 Swanson, Dax SHSU Sr. 15 4 29 0 28 0.27 10. Brady, Karl UCA Jr. 10 2 36 0 36 0.20

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Lion Football 2013 2012 All-Southland Conference Football Team First-Team Offense

Pos. Name QB Wynrick Smothers RB Tim Flanders RB Gus Johnson TE/HB T,J, Jones WR Cordell Roberson WR Jesse Grandy WR Dominique Croom OL Corey Howard OL Kaleb Hopson OL John Steel OL Arinze Agada OL Chris Rogers AP Richard Sincere PK Eddie Camara

First-Team Defense Pos. Name

DL DL DL DL LB LB LB DB DB DB DB DB P KR PR

University Ht. Central Arkansas 6-1 Sam Houston State 5-9 Stephen F. Austin 5-10 Sam Houston State 6-3 Stephen F. Austin 6-3 Central Arkansas 5-11 Central Arkansas 6-1 Central Arkansas 6-1 Sam Houston State 6-6 Stephen F. Austin 6-5 McNeese State 6-1 Sam Houston State 5-11 Sam Houston State 5-10 Central Arkansas 5-9

Wt. 208 210 215 245 215 165 193 290 300 295 286 270 180 168

Cl. Hometown Jr. Destrehan, La. Jr. Midwest City, Okla. So. Gilmer, Texas Sr. Tyler, Texas Sr. Jefferson, Texas Sr. Pine Bluff, Ark. Sr. Cherokee, Ala. Sr. Wichita Falls, Texas Sr. Early, Texas Sr. Boyd, Texas Jr. Houston, Texas Sr. Littleton, Colo. Jr. Galveston, Texas So. Cedar Hill, Texas

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Willie Jefferson Stephen F. Austin J.T. Cleveland Sam Houston State Jonathan Woodard Central Arkansas Darren Robinson Stephen F. Austin Darius Taylor Sam Houston State Seth Allison Central Arkansas Derek Rose Northwestern State Darnell Taylor Sam Houston State Robert Alford Southeastern Louisiana Dax Swanson Sam Houston State Josh Aubrey Stephen F. Austin Jestin Love Central Arkansas Matt Foster Sam Houston State Jesse Grandy Central Arkansas Jesse Grandy Central Arkansas

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Matt Hornbuckle Central Arkansas Gary Lorance Sam Houston State Jesse Dickson Lamar Everett Ellefsen McNeese State Jordan Piper Nicholls State Devan Walker Southeastern Louisiana Joe Narcisse McNeese State Terence Cahee McNeese State Kenneth Jenkins Sam Houston State Bookie Sneed Sam Houston State Jamaal White Northwestern State Cortez Paige Northwestern State Beau Mothe Southeastern Louisiana Trey Diller Sam Houston State Darius Carey McNeese State

6-2 5-9 5-10 6-4 6-2 6-0 5-11 6-7 6-5 6-4 6-4 6-1 5-9 5-11

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Southland Conference Staff Directory

234 Sr. Beaumont, Texas 290 Sr. Baytown, Texas 251 Fr. Brentwood, Tenn. 247 So. Dallas, Texas 240 Sr. Mesquite, Texas 195 Sr. Stuttgart, Ark. 229 Sr. New Orleans, La. 195 Sr. Mesquite, Texas 185 Sr. Hammond, La. 185 Sr. Waco, Texas 202 Sr. Tyler, Texas 208 Jr. West Memphis, Ark. 195 Sr. Melbourne, Australia 165 Sr. Pine Bluff, Ark. 165 Sr. Pine Bluff, Ark.

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QB Brian Bell Sam Houston State RB Marcus Wiltz McNeese State RB Jackie Hinton Central Arkansas TE/HB Nick Scelfo Nicholls State WR Trey Diller Sam Houston State WR Darius Carey McNeese State WR D.J. Ward Stephen F. Austin OL Alec Savoie McNeese State OL Gasten Gabriel Southeastern Louisiana OL Taylor Johnson McNeese State OL Cole Caruthers Central Arkansas OL Sean Robertson Lamar AP Xavier Roberson Southeastern Louisiana PK John Shaughnessy Northwestern State

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6-6 6-0 6-5 5-11 6-0 5-11 5-11 6-0 6-0 5-11 5-11 6-0 6-6 5-11 5-11

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Jr. China Spring, Texas Jr. Cecilia, La. Sr. Houston, Texas So. Baton Rouge, La. Sr. Spring, Texas Sr. New Orleans, La. Fr. The Woodlands, Texas Sr. Lafayette, La. Jr. Jackson, La. Sr. League City, Texas So. Sugar Land, Texas Sr. Copperas Cove, Texas Fr. Atlanta, Ga. Sr. Shreveport, La.

Contact Info: 2600 Network Blvd. Suite 150 Frisco, Texas 75034 Phone: (972) 422-9500 Fax: (972) 422-9225 Tom Burnett Commissioner Tom Burnett Commissioner Teri Franch Office and Meetings Manager Bruce Ludlow Assoc. Commissioner/Operations Stephanie McDonald Assoc. Commissioner/Institutional Services Jenny McGhee Assoc. Commissioner/External Affairs Todd Lamb Asst. Commissioner/Communications Edd Henderson Assoc. Commissioner/Financial Operations TBA Director of Compliance Services Chris Mycoskie Director of Television and Electronic Media Calhoun Hipp Asst. Communications Director StephanieTracy Assistant Director of Operations TBA Communications Intern Byron Boston Coordinator of Football Officials

281 Jr. Colleyville, Texas 290 Jr. Baytown, Texas 265 Jr. Houston, Texas 230 So. Madisonville, La. 242 Sr. New Orleans, La. 240 Sr. Baton Rouge, La. 222 Sr. Vacherie, La. 190 Jr. Westlake, La. 195 Sr. Galveston, Texas 180 Jr. Conroe, Texas 192 Sr. Garland, Texas 181 Sr. Houston, Texas 210 Sr. New Orleans, La. 200 Sr. Spring, Texas 184 Sr. New Orleans, La.

Player of the Year: Tim Flanders, Sam Houston State Offensive Player of the Year: Wynrick Smothers, Central Arkansas Defensive Player of the Year: Darnell Taylor, Sam Houston State Offensive Lineman of the Year: Corey Howard, Central Arkansas Freshman of the Year: Jonathan Woodard, Central Arkansas Newcomer of the Year: Kevin Johnson, Lamar Coach of the Year: Clint Conque, Central Arkansas

Bruce Ludlow

Jenny McGhee

Stephanie McDonald

Todd Lamb

Edd Henderson

Chris Mycoskie

Calhoun Hipp

Stephanie Tracy

Southeastern Honorable Mention: Jeremy Meyers (TE), Tony McCrea (WR), Tramaine Lucas (DL), Tyler Stoddard (DB), Todd Washington (DB)

2013 Southland Composite Schedule Thursday,Aug. 29 Southeast Missouri at Southeastern Incarnate Word at Central Arkansas Northwestern State at Missouri State Saturday,Aug. 31 Oklahoma Panhandle State at Lamar McNeese State at South Florida Nicholls State at Oregon Houston Baptist at Sam Houston State Stephen F.Austin at Weber State

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Saturday, Oct. 19 Southeastern at Northwestern State* Central Arkansas at Lamar* Sam Houston State at McNeese State* Nicholls State at Stephen F.Austin*

Saturday, Sept. 28 Lamar at Grambling McNeese State at Northern Iowa Arkansas Tech at Nicholls State Langston at Northwestern State Eastern Washington at Sam Houston State Prairie View at Stephen F.Austin

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Saturday, Oct. 12 Stephen F.Austin at Southeastern* Nebraska Kearney at Central Arkansas Lamar at Sam Houston State* Northwestern State at Nicholls State*

Saturday, Sept. 21 Southeastern at Samford Central Arkansas at Missouri State Bacone at Lamar Weber State at McNeese State Langston at Nicholls State Northwestern State at UAB Incarnate Word at Sam Houston State Montana State at Stephen F.Austin

Saturday, Sept. 7 Southeastern at TCU Central Arkansas at Colorado Lamar at Louisiana Tech Arkansas-Pine Bluff at McNeese State Nicholls State at Western Michigan Southern at Northwestern State Sam Houston State at Texas A&M Stephen F.Austin at Texas Tech Saturday, Sept. 14 Southeastern at South Dakota State Central Arkansas at Tennessee-Martin Lamar at Oklahoma State

Saturday, Oct. 5 Incarnate Word at Southeastern McNeese State at Central Arkansas*

West Alabama at McNeese State Nicholls State at Louisiana-Lafayette Northwestern State at Cincinnati Texas Southern at Sam Houston State McMurry at Stephen F.Austin

Saturday, Oct. 26 Lamar at Southeastern* Stephen F.Austin at Central Arkansas* McNeese State at Nicholls State* Northwestern State at Sam Houston State*

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Southeastern Louisiana Game No. 3

Game No. 1

Game No. 2

Sept. 1, 2012 • Attendance: 62,173 Faurot Field • Columbia, Mo.

Sept. 8, 2012 • Attendance: 6,278 Strawberry Stadium • Hammond, La.

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South Dakota State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Southeastern Louisiana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

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COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) - Marcus Murphy scored on punt returns of 72 and 70 yards and Zaviar Gooden and Michael Sam fueled a lightning-fast start with early defensive touchdowns in Missouri’s 62-10 season-opening rout of Southeastern Louisiana on Saturday night. Kendial Lawrence ran for a 76-yard TD and totaled 121 yards on 10 carries with two touchdowns for the Tigers, who led 28-0 after running just 12 plays in their tuneup for next week’s SEC debut against No. 6 Georgia. They then stalled for nearly two quarters before turning it back on. Murphy, a 5-foot-9, 185-pound sophomore tailback, matched a 47-year-old school record with two scoring returns and totaled 180 yards on five punt returns. He added 32 yards on five carries. Nathan Stanley threw a late 21-yard touchdown pass to Jeff Smiley for Southeastern, which since resuming football in 2003 is just 8-45 on the road, including 13 consecutive losses. The Lions, picked to finish in the middle of the pack of the FCS Southland Conference under new coach Ron Roberts, left Hurricane Isaac behind on Friday and ran into its remnants while getting soaked in a downpour in the second quarter. Stanley was 11 for 13 for 99 yards to end the half, and Southeastern Louisiana capitalized on a facemask call against Kony Ealy to snap the shutout on Seth Sebastian’s 31-yard field goal to end the half.

HAMMOND (AP) - Zach Zenner rushed for 278 yards and South Dakota State defeated Southeastern Louisiana 31-14 Saturday night, handing the Lions their first loss in a home opener since resuming football in 2003. Zenner, with 34 carries and one touchdown, had the most yardage by a running back in South Dakota State’s Division I era, which began in 2004-05. South Dakota State (1-1) led 13-0 at halftime, then the Lions (0-2) made it 13-7 on a 19-yard touchdown pass from Nathan Stanley to Michael Chaney with 10:12 left in the third quarter. The Jackrabbits quickly pulled away. Austin Sumner hit Jason Schneider with a 46-yard scoring pass, then Zenner’s 35-yard TD with 3:05 to go in the third quarter made it 287. South Dakota State had 439 yards total offense. Southeastern Louisiana had 179 yards, including minus-11 yards rushing. Stanley completed 22 of 43 passes for 190 yards for the Lions.

MARTIN,Tenn. (AP) - Derek Carr threw a touchdown pass and D.J. McNeil had two short scoring runs in Tennessee-Martin’s 23-6 victory over Southeastern Louisiana on Thursday night. McNeil opened the scoring for the Skyhawks (2-1) with a 3-yard run in the second quarter. Cody Sandlin kicked a 33-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter, McNeil added a 1-yard touchdown run, and Carr threw a 5-yard scoring pass to Quentin Sims. Carr was 11 of 23 for 184 yards, Tevin Barksdale ran for 61 yards on 23 carries, and McNeil finished with 47 yards on 18 carries. Sims caught four passes for 72 yards. The Lions (0-3) avoided a shutout in the final minute on Brian Young’s 8-yard touchdown pass to Jeff Smiley. Nathan Stanley was 19 of 41 for 280 yards with an interception, Young was 5 of 9 for 40 yards, and Stanley Moore caught five passes for 131 yards.

RUSHING SLU - Chaney 14-35; Jones 7-35; Smiley 3-7;Weary 1-2; LeBlanc 1-0; McCrea 1-minus 2; Stanley 7-minus 19. MU - Lawrence 10-121; Franklin 6-39; Murphy 5-32; Berkstresser 5-25; Hansbrough 4-19; Moe 3-16;White 2-8; Hunt 1-1.

RECEIVING SDSU - Schneider 2-55; Daughters 2-15; Jones 1-35; Rollin 1-21; Kool 1-9; Zenner 1-minus 1. SLU - Moore 5-34; Fruge’ 4-65; Chaney 3-27; Meyers 3-21; Weary 3-17; McCrea 2-14; Malott 1-7; LeBlanc 1-5.

Sept. 13, 2012 • Attendance: 4,012 Hardy M. Graham Stadium • Martin, Tenn.

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score Southeastern La. 0 0 0 6 6 UT Martin 0 7 0 16 23

Scoring Summary Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score Second Quarter South Dakota State 3 10 15 3 31 Southeastern La. 0 0 7 7 14 UTM - McNeil 3 run (Reddit kick), 2:55 Fourth Quarter UTM - FG Sandlin 33, 14:08 Scoring Summary UTM - McNeil 1 run (pass failed), 9:47 First Quarter Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score UTM - Sims 5 pass from Carr (Sandlin kick), 2:29 SDSU FG Syrovatka 23, 1:00 Southeastern La. 0 3 0 7 10 SLU - Smiley 8 pass from Young (rush failed), :37 Second Quarter Missouri 28 0 20 14 62 SDSU - Daughters 12 pass from Sumner (Syrovatka kick), 13:39 TEAM STATS SLU UTM SDSU - FG Syrovatka 22, 6:58 Scoring Summary FIRST DOWNS 17 19 Third Quarter First Quarter RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 21-38 58-168 SLU - Chaney 19 pass from Stanley (Sebastian kick), 10:12 MU - Moe 2 pass from Franklin (Baggett kick), 11:08 PASSING YDS (NET) 320 184 SDSU - Schneider 46 pass from Sumner (Benedetto pass from Sumner), 6:55 MU - Gooden 20 interception return (Baggett kick), 10:26 Passes Att-Comp-Int 50-24-1 23-11-0 SDSU - Zenner 35 run (Syrovatka kick), 3:08 MU - Lawrence 76 run (Baggett kick), 7:35 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 71-358 81-352 Fourth Quarter MU - Sam 7 fumble recovery (Baggett kick), 7:19 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 1-35 SDSU - FG Syrovatka 26, 12:03 Second Quarter Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-88 1-15 SLU - Grays 25 fumble recovery (Sebastian kick), 1:40 SLU - FG Sebastian 31, 0:00 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 1-0 Third Quarter Punts (Number-Avg) 5-42.0 5-38.8 TEAM STATS SDSU SLU MU - Lawrence 1 run (kick failed), 14:16 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 1-0 FIRST DOWNS 19 12 MU - Murphy 70 punt return (Baggett kick), 4:41 Penalties-Yards 12-112 6-55 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 56-305 18--11 MU - Hunt 10 pass from Berkstresser (Baggett kick), :13 Possession Time 22:37 37:23 PASSING YDS (NET) 134 190 Fourth Quarter Passes Att-Comp-Int 18-8-1 43-22-0 MU - Berkstresser 1 run (Baggett kick), 11:38 RUSHING TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 74-439 61-179 MU - Murphy 72 punt return (Baggett kick), 9:45 SLU - Wells 3-17;Young 3-12; Chaney 8-5; Weary 1-5; McCorPunt Returns-Yards 4-49 0-0 SLU - Smiley 21 pass from Stanley (Sebastian kick), 2:32 mick 1-4; Fruge’ 1-1; Stanley 4-minus 6. UTM - Barksdale 23-61; Kickoff Returns-Yards 2-67 6-91 McNeil 18-47; McNair 12-45; Barfield Kevin 1-10; Carr 3-6; TEAM Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 1-19 TEAM STATS SLU MU 1-minus 1. Punts (Number-Avg) 1-31.0 8-40.9 FIRST DOWNS 16 18 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 0-0 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 34-58 36-261 PASSING Penalties-Yards 7-45 8-84 PASSING YDS (NET) 165 191 SLU - Stanley 19-41-1-280;Young 5-9-0-40. UTM - Carr 11Possession Time 36:37 23:23 Passes Att-Comp-Int 34-21-1 26-18-0 23-0-184. TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 68-223 62-452 RUSHING Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 5-180 RECEIVING SDSU - Zenner 34-278; Gandy 14-32; Jones 3-14; Team 1-minus Kickoff Returns-Yards 8-146 1-56 SLU - Chaney 6-59; Moore 5-131; Malott 4-30; Douglas 2-29; 1; Sumner 4-minus 18. SLU - Chaney 7-10; LeBlanc 1-1; McCrea Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 1-20 McCrea 2-26; Fruge’ 2-13; Meyers 1-20; Smiley 1-8; Wells 1-4. 1-0; Smiley 1-minus 7; Stanley 8-minus 15. Punts (Number-Avg) 8-42.1 3-25.3 UTM - Sims 4-72; McNair 2-16; Jordan Corey 1-43; Barfield 1-38; Fumbles-Lost 3-3 1-0 Thompson 1-7; Davis 1-5; Ellis 1-3. PASSING Penalties-Yards 9-63 9-94 SDSU - Sumner 8-18-1-134. SLU - Stanley 22-43-0-190. Possession Time 34:27 25:33

PASSING SLU - Stanley 21-33-1-165;Young 0-1-0-0. MU - Franklin 13-21-0-131; Berkstresser 5-5-0-60. RECEIVING SLU - Smiley 5-44; McCrea 3-41; Moore 3-29; Meyers 3-18; Chaney 2-15; Fruge’ 1-14; Johnson 1-5; LeBlanc 1-3; Jenkins 1-minus 1; Douglas 1-minus 3. MU - Green-Beckham 3-32; Lucas 3-30; Moe 3-26; Hunt 2-43;Washington 2-33;Waters 2-9; Sasser 1-19; Lawrence 1-5; Murphy 1-minus 6.

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Lion Football 2013 Game Game No. 4 No. 5

Game No. 6

Sept. 22, 2012 • Attendance: 4,791 Strawberry Stadium • Hammond, La.

Oct. 6, 2012 • Attendance: 16,212 Legion Field • Birmingham, Ala.

McNeese State (#17) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Southeastern Louisiana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

Southeastern Louisiana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Lamar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

HAMMOND (AP) - Nathan Stanley’s 3-yard touchdown pass to Taylor Jenkins with 2:39 remaining pulled Southeastern Louisiana within one point of McNeese State and the Lions opted to go for the two-point play, converting on a Michael Chaney run to steal a 25-24 win Saturday night. Chaney also set up the late heroics, rushing for a 2-yard touchdown to pull the Lions within one touchdown with 3:26 remaining in the third quarter, in the first win of the season for Southeastern Louisiana (1-3, 1-0 Southland Conference). Robert Alford then intercepted Cody Stroud’s pass on McNeese State’s first offensive play after losing the lead, and the Lions ran the clock down to secure the win. Stanley had 247 passing yards and a score, while also rushing for 29 yards and a TD. Stroud passed for 164 yards, two touchdowns and an interception for the Cowboys (3-1, 0-1).

BEAUMONT,Texas – For the first time since 2009, Southeastern Louisiana moved to 2-0 in Southland Conference play after a 31-21 victory at Lamar Saturday afternoon at Provost Umphrey Stadium. In addition to allowing Southeastern (2-3, 2-0 Southland) to match its best-ever start to league play, the Lions ended their 14-game road losing streak. The victory over Lamar (2-3, 0-1 Southland) was the team’s first away from home since a 27-0 win at Northwestern State on Nov. 6, 2009. The Lions came into the game with 132 yards rushing for the season. Southeastern surpassed that total with 165 yards on the ground in the victory. Freshman Xavier Roberson toted the ball 15 times for 75 yards, while Michael Chaney carried 18 times for 48 yards and two touchdowns. Nathan Stanley was efficient, connecting on 15 of 28 passes for 187 yards and a touchdown. Jeff Smiley led Southeastern with five catches, while Tony McCrea had a team-high 55 yards receiving.

Score by Quarters McNeese State Southeastern La.

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RUSHING MCN - Babin 11-57; Murray 12-45; Breaux 1-29; Celestie 1-25; Carey 2-10; Stroud 4-minus 19. SLU - Stanley 13-29; Chaney 14-25; LeBlanc 3-8; Roberson 3-1; Weary 2-0; Smiley 1-0; Fruge’ 1-minus 5; TEAM 4-minus 11. PASSING MCN - Stroud 14-28-1-164; Thompson 1-1-0-8. SLU - Stanley 21-35-0-247; Mothe 1-1-0-27. RECEIVING MCN - Celestie 3-20; Murray 2-48; Spencer 2-29; Thomas 2-19; Babin 2-9; Briscoe 1-27; Dixon 1-8; Myers 1-8; Carey 1-4. SLU - Fruge’ 6-96; McCrea 5-90; Chaney 3-11; Moore 2-19; Smiley 2-8; Mueller 1-27; Malott 1-11; LeBlanc 1-9; Jenkins 1-3.

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Scoring Summary First Quarter SLU - Chaney 2 run (Sebastian kick), 8:54 Second Quarter SLU - Chaney 4 run (Sebastian kick), 13:44 LU - McVey 8 pass from Mossakowski (Stout kick), 10:01 Third Quarter SLU - FG Sebastian 26, 10:28 LU - McVey 10 pass from Mossakowski (Stout kick), 7:40 SLU - R. Alford 75 punt return (Sebastian kick), 5:27 Fourth Quarter SLU - LeBlanc 3 pass from Stanley (Sebastian kick), 14:55 LU - McGlothen 96 interception return (Stout kick), 6:58

TEAM STATS SLU MCN FIRST DOWNS 17 19 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 31-147 41-47 PASSING YDS (NET) 172 274 Passes Att-Comp-Int 29-15-1 36-22-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 60-319 77-321 Punt Returns-Yards 1-10 1-35 Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-61 4-56 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 1-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 4-37.5 3-42.3 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 4-3 Penalties-Yards 10-91 9-69 Possession Time 26:24 33:36

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - In his second collegiate start, Austin Brown bolstered Alabama-Birmingham to a 28-point halftime lead as the Blazers earned their first win of the season -- a 52-3 victory over Southeastern Louisiana Saturday. A week after amassing 337 yards and three scores through the air in a loss to Tulsa, Brown helped beat the Lions (2-4) by completing 16 of 22 passes for 266 yards and a touchdown, all before the half. UAB (1-4) went on scoring drives of 68, 78, 59 and 56 yards in the first half, and also scored on Marvin Burdette’s 36-yard interception return for a touchdown. The Blazers’ defense held Southeastern Louisiana to 125 yards of offense, including just 47 yards on the ground. Nathan Stanley was 10-of-23 passing for 78 yards for the Lions, tossing one interception as the team totaled just nine first downs.

1 2 3 4 Score 14 10 0 0 24 3 7 7 8 25 Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score

Scoring Summary First Quarter MCN - Stroud 1 run (Lewis kick), 7:39 MCN - Thomas 3 pass from Stroud (Lewis kick), 6:22 SLU - FG Sebastian 49, :04 Second Quarter SLU - Stanley 2 run (Sebastian kick), 10:01 MCN - Murray 26 pass from Stroud (Lewis kick), 8:41 MCN - FG Lewis 30, :03 Third Quarter SLU - Chaney 2 run (Sebastian kick), 3:26 Fourth Quarter SLU - Jenkins 3 pass from Stanley (Chaney rush), 2:39

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Southeastern Louisiana Game No. 9

Game No. 7

Game No. 8

Oct. 13, 2012 • Attendance: 4,137 Strawberry Stadium • Hammond, La.

Oct. 27, 2012 • Attendance: 6,795 Strawberry Stadium • Hammond, La.

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Central Arkansas (#14) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Southeastern Louisiana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

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HAMMOND (AP) - Xavier Roberson ran for touchdowns of 34 and 11 yards and Seth Sebastian kicked two field goals to help Southeastern Louisiana defeat Northwestern State 27-22 on Saturday in a Southland Conference matchup. Southeastern Louisiana (3-4, 3-0) built an early 14-3 lead behind Roberson’s first touchdown run. Brad Henderson’s 4-yard touchdown pass to Corey Simmons cut Northwestern State’s deficit to 14-9. However, Sebastian kicked two field goals to extend the Lion’s advantage to 20-9. Henderson again drew Northwestern State (3-4, 1-2) closer, connecting with Daniel Taylor from 30 yards out to get within 20-15, but Roberson’s second touchdown run sealed the win for the Lions. Roberson, who scored his first touchdowns of the season, finished with a career-high 88 yards. Henderson paced the Northwestern State with 234 yards passing on 21 of 34 passes.

HAMMOND (AP) - Backed by three passing scores from Wynrick Smothers, Central Arkansas maintained sole possession of first place in the Southland Conference with a 34-14 win over Southeastern Louisiana Saturday night. The Bears (7-2, 5-1) scored the game’s first 21 points, including Smothers’ first two TD passes. The first was a 7yarder to Chase Dixon, and the second was a 60-yarder to Jesse Grandy. Nathan Stanley charged the Lions (3-5, 3-1) back into contention, though, with consecutive touchdowns to Tony McCrea and Xavier Roberson in the third quarter to get within a touchdown. Eddie Camara stretched the Bears’ lead with a 26yard field goal early in the fourth, and then Smothers hit Grandy for a 48-yard touchdown to extend the advantage to 31-14. Smothers finished 21-of-33 passing for 261 yards. Stanley was 20 of 35 with 191 yards and a pair of touchdowns.

HUNTSVILLE,Texas (AP) - Tim Flanders and Keshawn Hill led the rush as Sam Houston State dominated Southeastern Louisiana 70-0 on Saturday afternoon. Flanders rushed for 146 yards, including a 14-yard touchdown run. After a lightning delay of over an hour at the start of the third, Flanders had a 71-yard TD run. Hill rushed for 132 yards, with two touchdowns, including a 55-yarder. Richard Sincere, Ryan Wilson and Chris Grett rushed for TDs, and Kenneth Jenkins returned a blocked field goal to score. The Bearkats had 405 yards rushing. Brian Bell was 8 of 9 for 170 yards, and two touchdowns -- a 70-yard pass to Chance Nelson and a 23-yard pass to Torrance Williams. Nathan Stanley was 11 of 27 for 106 yards for the Lions (3-6, 3-2). Xavier Roberson had eight carries for 22 yards. The Bearkats (7-2, 5-1) set a record, scoring its most points in a Southland Conference game.

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score Northwestern State 3 6 6 7 22 Southeastern La. 7 10 10 0 27

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score Central Arkansas 7 7 7 13 34 Southeastern La. 0 0 14 0 14

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score Southeastern La. 0 0 0 0 0 Sam Houston State 14 28 14 14 70

Scoring Summary First Quarter NWLA - FG Shaughnessy 22, 9:20 SLU - Anderson 4 pass from Stanley (Sebastian kick), 2:14 Second Quarter SLU - Roberson 34 run (Sebastian kick), 10:22 NWLA - Simmons 4 pass from Henderson (kick failed), 6:29 SLU - FG Sebastian 22, :55 Third Quarter SLU - FG Sebastian 30, 10:14 NWLA - Taylor 30 pass from Henderson (pass failed), 5:49 SLU - Roberson 11 run (Sebastian kick), 2:49 Fourth Quarter NWLA - Henderson 8 run (Shaughnessy kick), 4:08

Scoring Summary First Quarter UCA - Hinton 12 run (Camara kick), 8:25 Second Quarter UCA - Dixon 7 pass from Smothers (Camara kick), 8:31 Third Quarter UCA - Grandy 60 pass from Smothers (Camara kick), 14:05 SLU - McCrea 9 pass from Stanley (Sebastian kick), 11:23 SLU - Roberson 20 pass from Stanley (Sebastian kick), :49 Fourth Quarter UCA - FG Camara 26, 11:53 UCA - Grandy 48 pass from Smothers (Camara kick), 9:41 UCA - FG Camara 37, 1:18

Scoring Summary First Quarter SHSU - Flanders 14 run (Antonio kick), 9:00 SHSU - Sincere 8 run (Antonio kick), 2:50 Second Quarter SHSU - Jenkins 60 blocked FG return (Antonio kick), 13:35 SHSU - Wilson 10 run (Antonio kick), 8:16 SHSU - Nelson 70 pass from Bell (Antonio kick), 6:57 SHSU - Williams 23 pass from Bell (Antonio kick), :24 Third Quarter SHSU - Flanders 71 run (Antonio kick), 14:10 SHSU - Grett 4 run (Antonio kick), :41 Fourth Quarter SHSU - Hill 8 run (Antonio kick), 10:10 SHSU - Hill 55 run (Antonio kick), 7:10

TEAM STATS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time

TEAM STATS NWLA SLU FIRST DOWNS 23 18 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 37-58 39-148 PASSING YDS (NET) 242 208 Passes Att-Comp-Int 36-22-1 27-17-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 73-300 66-356 Punt Returns-Yards 2-14 2-5 Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-44 2-38 Interception Returns-Yards 1-0 1-3 Punts (Number-Avg) 5-33.6 3-44.0 Fumbles-Lost 3-1 1-1 Penalties-Yards 8-94 13-152 Possession Time 28:07 31:53 RUSHING NWLA - Riley 4-14; Morris 5-13; Henderson 18-11; Toussant 1-8; Harvey 4-6; Taylor 3-4; Walker 2-2. SLU - Roberson 15-85; Harrell 7-47; Stanley 6-10; R. Alford 1-6; McCrea 1-2; Weary 6-1; Fruge’ 1-minus 1; LeBlanc 2-minus 2. PASSING NWLA - Henderson 21-34-0-234; Harrell 1-1-0-8; Harvey 0-11-0. SLU - Stanley 17-27-1-208. RECEIVING NWLA - Harvey 5-47; Simmons 4-62; Hollier 3-35; Taylor 2-30; Walker 2-17; McClain 1-19; Jilbert 1-16; Dever 1-8; Goodie1-8; Toussant 1-2; Riley 1-minus 2. SLU - Fruge’ 4-56; Anderson 3-21; Meyers 3-19; Malott 1-29; LeBlanc 1-23; Moore 1-21; Douglas 1-19; Johnson 1-12; McCrea 1-5; Harrell 1-3.

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UCA SLU 19 16 40-94 26-101 261 236 33-21-1 36-21-2 73-355 62-337 2-5 0-0 2-58 7-112 2-45 1-0 5-36.6 6-32.5 0-0 1-1 5-45 7-60 31:12 28:48

TEAM STATS SLU SHSU FIRST DOWNS 9 22 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 35-105 52-405 PASSING YDS (NET) 119 170 Passes Att-Comp-Int 28-12-1 9-8-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 63-224 61-575 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 5-75 Kickoff Returns-Yards 8-160 1-20 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 1-7 Punts (Number-Avg) 8-40.1 2-44.5 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 2-0 Penalties-Yards 8-44 4-20 Possession Time 28:02 31:58

RUSHING UCA - Hinton 15-45; Bobo 8-23; Smothers 6-20; Matthews 5-11; Walker 1-1; TEAM 5-minus 6. SLU - Roberson 8-62; Harrell 1137; McCrea 1-6; LeBlanc 1-1; Stanley 5-minus 5.

RUSHING SLU - Harrell 12-55; Roberson 8-22; LeBlanc 3-21;Young 2-3; McCrea 2-3; Chaney 2-3; Stanley 3-2; Smiley 2-2; R. Alford 1-minus 6. SHSU - Flanders 9-146; Hill 15-132; Wilson 7-37; Grett 6-28; Bell 4-23; Morgan 6-18; Sincere 3-12; Williams 1-8; Nelson 1-1.

PASSING UCA - Smothers 21-33-1-261. SLU - Stanley 20-35-2-191; McCrea 1-1-0-45. RECEIVING UCA - Lewis 6-51; Hinton 4-29; Grandy 3-108; Soft 3-31; Dixon 2-22; Croom 2-18; Gardner 1-2. SLU - McCrea 6-75; Moore 5-34; Fruge’ 2-27; R. Alford 2-22; Meyers 2-10; LeBlanc 2-3; Malott 1-45; Roberson 1-20.

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Lion Football 2013 Game Game No. 10 No. 11 Stephen F. Austin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Southeastern Louisiana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42

Southeastern Louisiana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Nicholls State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

HAMMOND (AP) - Xavier Roberson rushed for 117 yards and two touchdowns and also returned a kickoff 96 yards for a score and Southeastern Louisiana scored 22 unanswered points to defeat Stephen F. Austin 42-27 Saturday night. Rasheed Harrell added 151 yards and a TD for the Lions (4-6, 4-2 Southland Conference). Southeastern Louisiana had 278 yards rushing to offset a 124-yard performance by the Lumberjacks’ Gus Johnson, whose 4 TDs tied a single-game school record. Johnson had three straight rushing scores to give Stephen F. Austin (4-6, 3-3) a 21-14 lead with 1:05 left before halftime. Roberson returned the ensuing kickoff for a touchdown, but the Lumberjacks blocked the extra-point attempt. Nathan Stanley threw a 26-yard pass to Jeremy Meyers, Harrell scored from 28 yards out, then Roberson from the 8.

THIBODAUX (AP) - Xavier Roberson returned a kickoff 88 yards for a touchdown and added 89 yards rushing, Rasheed Harrell ran for 72 yards and two touchdowns, and Southeastern Louisiana cruised to a 35-16 victory over Nicholls State on Thursday night. The Lions (5-6, 5-2 Southland Conference) took advantage of two turnovers to take a 14-0 lead. Southeastern’s first touchdown came after the Lions recovered Devan Walker’s fumble at the Nicholls State 42. Harrell ran it in from the 3 line for a 7-0 lead. Todd Washington then intercepted Landry Klann’s pass to give the Lions the ball at Nicholls State’s 39. Harrell ran six times on the drive, scoring from the 4 for a 14-0 advantage. Jeremy Meyers caught three passes, two for touchdowns. Klann threw for 211 yards and a touchdown for Nicholls State (1-9, 0-7), which has lost seven games in a row.

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score Stephen F. Austin 0 21 6 0 27 Southeastern La. 14 6 15 7 42

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score Southeastern La. 0 14 7 14 35 Nicholls State 0 3 0 13 16

Scoring Summary First Quarter SLU - Roberson 30 run (Sebastian kick), 8:58 SLU - McCrea 54 punt return (Sebastian kick), 7:52 Second Quarter SFA - Johnson 13 run (Wiggs kick), 6:30 SFA - Johnson 4 run (Wiggs kick), 3:29 SFA - Johnson 19 run (Wiggs kick), 1:05 SLU - Roberson 96 kickoff return (kick blocked), :53 Third Quarter SFA - Johnson 11 run (pass failed), 9:31 SLU - Meyers 26 pass Stanley (Sebastian kick), 7:05 SLU - Harrell 28 run (Mueller pass from Mothe), 2:58 Fourth Quarter SLU - Roberson 8 run (Sebastian kick), 6:45

Scoring Summary Second Quarter SLU - Harrell 3 yd run (Sebastian kick), 13:57 SLU - Harrell 4 run (Sebastiankick), 6:35 NICH - FG Dolan 28, 1:50 Third Quarter SLU - Meyers 3 pass from Stanley (Sebastian kick), 8:29 Fourth Quarter NICH - Washington 3 run (kick blocked), 12:34 SLU - Roberson 88 kickoff return (Sebastiankick), 12:20 NICH - Wynn 38 pass from Klann (Dolan kick), 8:31 SLU - Meyers 19 pass from Mothe (Sebastian, Seth kick), 4:27

Nov. 10, 2012 • Attendance: 4,183 Strawberry Stadium • Hammond, La.

TEAM STATS SLU NICH FIRST DOWNS 19 20 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 52-160 41-124 PASSING YDS (NET) 163 211 Passes Att-Comp-Int 21-10-1 38-18-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 73-323 79-335 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 2-26 Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-126 5-114 Interception Returns-Yards 1-11 1-8 Punts (Number-Avg) 4-33.5 3-50.7 Fumbles-Lost 4-1 3-2 Penalties-Yards 8-65 8-61 Possession Time 27:48 32:12

TEAM STATS SFA SLU FIRST DOWNS 25 21 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 36-210 53-278 PASSING YDS (NET) 170 209 Passes Att-Comp-Int 45-19-3 21-14-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 81-380 74-487 Punt Returns-Yards 3-34 3-48 Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-63 5-163 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 3-30 Punts (Number-Avg) 7-39.6 5-45.2 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 4-1 Penalties-Yards 3-30 15-159 Possession Time 22:42 37:18 RUSHING SFA - Johnson 20-124; Gentry 14-86; Minden 1-8; Attaway 1minus 8. SLU - Harrell 20-151; Roberson 21-117; LeBlanc 4-11; Stanley 6-9; TEAM 1-minus 2;Young 1-minus 8. PASSING SFA - Minden 9-23-1-101; Attaway 10-22-2-69. SLU - Stanley 13-20-0-188; Mothe 1-1-0-21. RECEIVING SFA - Ward 4-41; Johnson 4-34; Brooks 3-33; Lott 3-29; Thomas 3-14; Gambel 2-19. SLU - Meyers 3-50; Moore 2-44; Fruge’ 2-24; Smiley 2-23; Douglas 1-23; Stoddard 1-21; Malott 1-15; Jenkins 1-8; LeBlanc 1-1.

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All-Time Honors

Southeastern Louisiana

ALL-LOUISIANA INTERCOLLEGIATE 1946

1961

1974

Paul Alexander, T Billy Johnson, C Billy Ladner, HB Sam Gourrier, G

Pat Kenelly, E John Mitchell, G Angie Antonelli, C Jerome Davis, HB Al Ramboli, HB

1962

Angie Antonelli, C Jerome Davis, HB

1977

Maxie Williams, T Ellis Johnson, HB Ronnie Frederic, G Earl Dieterich, E Jerry Joe Dunaway, CB Harry Nunez, FB

Noel Wilkins, E

1950

Keen Jackson, T Frank Londono, K James Magruder, P

1951

Bill Callery, T Joe Andrew, G Walt Andrews, C; Robert Morse, G Hubert Polk, HB

Bill Callery, T Joe Andrew, G Ed Welch, HB

1972

1956

Ken Bailey, C

1958

C.J. Alexander, HB

John Stanley, C

1981

ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE 2005

Oscar Lofton (Coach of the Year)

1982

Willie Shepherd, NG

Felton Huggins, WR Hutch Gonzales, WR (2nd Team) Josh Taylor, TE (2nd Team) Calvin Greenwood, OL (2nd Team) Derrick Mincey, DL (2nd Team) Duriel Adams, DB (2nd Team) Jim Hall, P (2nd Team) Trey Willie, QB (HM) Donald Usry, C (HM) Rudy Johnson, DE (HM) David Daniels, LB (HM) Demoris Hardiman, LB (HM) Charles Hall, CB (HM)

2003

2006

Jerry Butler, RB (2nd Team)

1983

Bret Wright, P Jerry Butler, RB (2nd Team)

1984

Scott Senner, P

1985

1959

ALL-GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE 1971

C.J. Alexander, HB Duane Grom, T

Kerry Duplessis, DB Duke Tunnard, TE

1960

1972

Donald Usry, OL Jay Lucas, RB (2nd Team) Steven Smith, DL (2nd Team) Tommy Connors, DB (2nd Team) Jim Hall, P (2nd Team) Crawford Kilpatrick, WR (HM) Marquis Rogers, DL (HM) Demoris Hardiman, LB (HM) Corlando McChristion, DB (HM)

Brett Beard, DE (2nd Team)

2004

Felton Huggins, WR Martin Hankins, QB Josh Taylor, TE Kenard White, OL (2nd Team) Ray Perkins, RB (2nd Team)

Mike Klein, DB Billy Percy, LB Bobby Hill, WR

Paul Alexander, T Wilbur Derrick, HB Elbert Harris, QB

Victor Carter, OL Brett Beard, DE Marvin Jones, LB Jim Hall, P Keylam Davis, RS (Specialist of the Year) Martin Hankins, QB (2nd Team) Kenard White, OL (2nd Team) David Daniels, CB (HM)

1980

Ronnie Hornsby, LB Roger Gill, DE Bobby Vicknair, DT Leslie Hymel, DB Ted Glaser, TB Joe Jordan, OT

1957

ALL-INDEPENDENT 2003

Lyle Walker, OG

1970

Huey Husser, E Tommy Bell, HB

1978 1979

Ronnie Hornsby, LB Roger Gill, DE Bobby Vicknair, DT Johnny Daigle, DB Steve Keller, DB Joe Jordan, C Denny Smith, P

Huey Husser, E Dan Fournet, G

Robert Alford, DB Jeremy Meyers, TE (2nd Team) Devan Walker, LB (2nd Team)

James Magruder, P

1969

1955

1977

James Magruder, P

1968

1954

2012

Horace Belton, RB

David LeSage, S Bobby Vicknair, DT Ronnie Hornsby, LB Wayne Sullivan, P

Huey Husser, E Gerald Stone, T Tommy Bell, HB Don Marino, HB Ray Porta, QB

Josh Penton, OL (2nd Team)

1975

Dan Brewer, QB Mack Faul, FB David LeSage, S

1953

2011

Mike Klein, DB

1967

Bobby Jennings, C Ray Porta, QB Don Marino, HB

Simmie Yarborough, WR Tommy Connors, DB Kevin Hughes, OL (2nd Team) Nathan Clophus, DL (2nd Team) Mark Newbill, LB (2nd Team)

Kerry Duplessis, DB

Duane Floyd, E Billy Andrews, LB Ronnie Frederic, G Fred Gary, G Charlie Whitney, HB

1952

2010

ALL-LOUISIANA 1971

1966

2008

Tommy Connors, DB Mark Newbill, LB (2nd Team) Simmie Yarborough, WR (Freshman of the Year)

Mark Newbill, LB Re’Keem Wilson, DB (2nd Team) Simmie Yarborough, WR (Honoable Mention) David Ward, OL (HM) Mike Lucas (Coach of the Year)

Anthony Vereen, DB Wayne LeBlanc, DT Calvin Favron, DE James Magruder, P

Harry Nunez, HB Charlie Whitney, HB Earl Dieterich, E Billy Andrews, C Ronnie Frederick, G Steve Seabolt, T Henry Andrews, G

Jeff Turner, K (2nd Team)

2009

1978

1965

Noel Wilkins, E Robert Morse, G Leo Jones, HB

2007

Don Griffin, QB (Offensive Player of the Year) Wallace Taylor, TE Horace Belton, RB

1964

1949

Jay Lucas, RB (HM; Newcomer of the Year) Donald Usry, OL (2nd Team)

1976

Maxie Williams, T Ronnie Booksh, G

Brisco Dugas, FB

2006

Billy Murray, C

1963

ALL-GULF STATES CONFERENCE 1948

Josh Taylor, TE (2nd Team) Duriel Adams, DB (2nd Team) Felton Huggins, WR (2nd Team)

1975

Carroll Goulas, G Monty Crook, DB

1947

2005

Alan Klein, MG; Nolan Gill, TE Horace Belton, RB Frank Vendt, OG Don Short, DB

1973

Alan Klein, MG

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Lion Football 2013 2007

2008

Jay Lucas, RB Jeff Turner, PK Earl Cager, OL (2nd Team) Eric Jackson, DB (2nd Team) Tommy Connors, DB (2nd Team) Byron Ross, WR (HM) Mark Newbill, LB (HM) Antonio Richardson, LB (HM) Eric Jackson, RS (HM)

Brad Bardy, OL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kinesiology Tommy Connors, DB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Accounting Cole Wardell, TE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . General Business

2009

David Ward, OL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Biology

2010

Nathan Clophus, DL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . General Studies Tommy Connors, DB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marketing Sam Fairley, RB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . General Studies

2008

Tommy Connors, DB Marquis Powell, DB (2nd Team) Simmie Yarborough, WR (Freshman of the Year/HM) Jay Lucas, RB (HM) Brad Bardy, OL (HM) Kevin Hughes, OL (HM) Devin Boutwell, DL (HM) Steven Honore, DE (HM) Quinten Pierre, LB (HM) Marquis Powell, RS (HM)

NFF Hampshire Honor Society 2010 Brad Bardy, OL

2011

Cole Wardell, TE

WALTER PAYTON AWARD

2009

The Sports Network established the Walter Payton Player of the Year Award in 1987, and it is presented annually to the most outstanding college football player on the FCS level. 2004 - Martin Hankins, QB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7th

Mark Newbill, LB Re’Keem Wilson, DB Jasper Ducksworth, RB (2nd Team) Simmie Yarborough, TE (2nd Team) David Ward, OL (2nd Team) Chris Wilson, WR (HM) Kevin Hughes, OL (HM) Jeff Turner, K (HM) Jeff Turner, PK (HM) Quinten Pierre, LB (HM) Paul Moneaux, LS (HM)

BUCK BUCHANAN AWARD

The Sports Network established the Buck Buchanan Award in 1995, and it is presented annually to the most outstanding defensive college football player on the FCS level. 2012 - Robert Alford, DB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18th

JERRY RICE AWARD

2010

The Sports Network established the Jerry Rice Freshman of the Year Award in 2011, and it is presented annually to the most outstanding freshman college football player on the FCS level. 2011 - Jordan Wells, KR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10th

Tommy Connors, DB Simmie Yarborough, WR (2nd Team) Kevin Hughes, OL (2nd Team) Nathan Clophus, DL (2nd Team) Mark Newbill, LB (2nd Team) Ryan Godare, LB (HM) Re’Keem Wilson, DB (HM) Josh Penton, OL (HM)

Most Valuable Players

2011

Simmie Yarborough, WR Josh Penton, OL (2nd Team) Robert Alford, DB (2nd Team) Brandon Collins, WR (HM) Jordan Wells, KR (Freshman of the Year/HM) Gasten Gabriel, OL (HM) Matt McCormick, P (HM)

2012

Robert Alford, DB Gasten Gabriel, OL (2nd Team) Xavier Roberson, AP (2nd Team) Devan Walker, LB (2nd Team) Beau Mothe, P (2nd Team) Jeremy Meyers, TE (HM) Tony McCrea, WR (HM) Tyler Stoddard, DB (HM) Todd Washington, DB (HM) Tramaine Lucas, DL (HM)

ACADEMIC ALL-SOUTHLAND 2005

Jim Hall, K . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kinesiology Steven Smith, DL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Accounting

2006

Keithshone Dantzler, LB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kinesiology Johnny Flowers, OL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . General Studies Jim Hall, P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Biology

2007

Tommy Connors, DB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Accounting Johnny Flowers, OL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Biology

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Team Captains

1946 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pat Kenelly 1947 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . James Odom 1948 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sam Conerly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Asa Wyman 1949 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .David Graves 1950 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Noel Wilkins 1951 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gary Holcomb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Louis Campos 1952 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Charles M. Martin 1953 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bobby Joe Jennings 1954 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Gerald Stone 1955 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Rodney Vizinat 1956 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Don Peroyea . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dan Fournet 1957 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kenneth Bailey 1958 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . George Thomas 1959 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Oscar Lofton 1960 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .James Hanely . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Arthur Debetaz 1961 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Elbert Harris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sam Gourrier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Billy Johnson 1962 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carroll Goulas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Larry King . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Darryl Morris 1963 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ronnie Booksh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alvin Doyle 1964 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kenneth Dyer 1965 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lester Smith 1966 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Charles Whitney 1967 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Danny Schilling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bill Rauschenbach 1968 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dan Brewer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .David LeSage 1969 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mac Faul 1970 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ronnie Hornsby 1971 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Charles Santora 1972 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bobby Duhe 1973 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Billy Percy 1974 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nolan Gill 1975 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bill Murray 1976 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Don Griffin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Rogers Wilson 1977 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Keen Jackson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . James Magruder 1978 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wayne LeBlanc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Arnold Schexnayder 1979 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ferman Gauthier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Matthew Hovsepian 1980 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Johnny Wells . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marc Stubbs 1981 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Robbie Mahfouz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Richard Woodward 1982 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ronnie Doyle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mark Millet 1983 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mark Silvio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Russell Schmidt 1984 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jerry Butler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Johnny Boudreaux 2003 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Victor Carter, Brett . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Beard, Marvin Jones, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Josh Taylor 2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Martin Hankins, Ray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Perkins, Marvin Jones, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . William Shensky

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All-America Honors

T.J. Campion

Ray Porta

Wilbur Derrick

Billy Ladner

Scott Senner

Martin Hankins

Southeastern Louisiana

Huey Husser

Bret Wright

Willie Shepherd

Felton Huggins

Jeff Turner

Tommy Connors

Robert Alford

Huey Husser, End, 1955 Husser, a four-year starter for Southeastern and member of three Gulf States Conference championship squads, was a crowd favorite from the moment he donned the Southeastern uniform. Husser regularly wowed Strawberry Stadium crowds with his circus - then known as “dipsy-doodle” - catches and was considered one of the top receivers in the nation throughout his career. Over the span of his career, Husser caught 60 passes for 861 yards and 15 touchdowns. The versatile star stepped in as the Lions’ punter in 1955, leading the GSC with a 36.5 average. Husser is one of two players in school history to lead the team in receiving all four years. Husser signed with the Chicago Cardinals after his Southeastern career. C.J. Alexander, Halfback, 1958-59 Dubbed “The Black Knight”, Alexander was the second player in Southeastern history to earn All-American honors in multiple years. Alexander led the Lions in rushing in 1958 as a junior, covering 596 yards on 108 carries and scoring eight touchdowns. Alexander came back with an even more impressive season in 1959, averaging 7.1 yards per carry on the way to 787 yards and seven touchdowns. . Alexander signed with the Boston Patriots after graduation and went on to play for the Edmonton Eskimos of the Canadian Football League.

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Alan Klein

Ray Porta, Quarterback, 1954 A two-time All-Gulf States Conference selection, Porta was arguably the most successful signal caller in Southeastern history. Porta led the Lions to back-to-back GSC trophies and an undefeated season in 1954. Porta led the conference in passing in both 1953 and 1954, in addition to leading in punting in the latter season. Over his two-year career, Porta completed 97 of 209 passes for 1559 yards and threw 24 touchdown passes versus just nine interceptions on the way to leading Southeastern to a 15-3 record over the span. During the the flawless 1954 campaign, Porta set a single-season school record for touchdown passes with 15 and engineered an offense that set single-season school records for points (379), rushing yards (2,985) and total offense (3,952). Porta ranks among the Lions’ career passing yardage leaders. Porta was named second-team quarterback on the Louisiana Collegiate All-Time Football Team for players who finished their careers before 1965.

T.C. Calmes

Ronnie Hornsby

T.J. Campion, Tackle, 1942-46 Campion was the second player in Southeastern history to be named All-American. Campion’s 1942 squad finished 5-5 and was the last Southeastern football team prior to the three-year hiatus that resulted from World War II. Campion was again named All-American in 1946 and was a member of the first undefeated team in school history, as the Lion finished the campaign 9-0. Campion went on to be drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles.

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T.C. Calmes, Tackle, 1960 Calmes, a Hammond High product, received Special Mention on the Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American team in 1960. A second team All-Gulf States Conference selection, the fouryear letterwinner was a mainstay on the Southeastern offensive and defensive lines throughout his career. Elbert Harris, Quarterback, 1961 Harris was a four-year letterwinner for the Lions. After playing sparingly his freshman campaign, Harris took the starting quarterback job during the 1959 season and held on to it for the remainder of his Southeastern career. Harris finished his career having completed 69-of-179 passes for 1217 yards. During his three years as a starter, Southeastern amassed a record of 23-6 and won two Gulf State Conference crowns. Harris was also a standout defensive back, leading the Lions with three interceptions in 1960. In 1961, Harris was the co-captain of the East team in the All American Bowl and signed with the Dallas Cowboys after graduation. Wilbur Derrick, Halfback, 1961 Known as the “Gentleman Halfback”, Derrick joined the Lions in 1960 after a stint in the Army and made an immediate impact. Having the unenviable task of replacing Lion All-American C.J. Alexander in the Southeastern backfield, Derrick led the Gulf States Conference in rushing in both 1960 and 1961. Over his two-year stint, Derrick carried the ball 225 times for 1046 yards (20th in school history) and the Lions won back-to-back GSC titles. Billy Ladner, Halfback, 1961 Ladner was a member of the Lions 1960 and 1961 teams, which won back-to-back Gulf States Conference championships. Ladner earned All-American honors in 1961, after leading to GSC in scoring, setting then-school records for touchdowns (10) and total points (66). The halfback also led the team in kick returns with a 26.3 yard average, intercepted 5 passes with a 43.2 yard interception return average and earned All-GSC honors in 1961. Ladner is ranked sixth in Southeastern history in career scoring with 104 points. His 98-yard interception return versus Florence State in 1961 is the longest in school history and his 95-yard kickoff return versus Louisiana Tech later that season is the second longest in school history.

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Lion Football 2013 Ronnie Hornsby, Linebacker, 1970 Hornsby, one of only two Lions to have his number retired (along with Horace Belton), made an immediate impact at Southeastern after an outstanding prep career in which he led the State in rushing yardage his senior season at Greensburg High School. As a four-year starter at linebacker for the Lions, Hornsby was a three-time all-Gulf States Conference selection in both 1968 and ‘69 and was the outstanding lineman in the conference in 1969. He finished his career with seven interceptions and was the leading tackler on the squad each year. He earned all-America honors following his senior season of 1970. Alan Klein, Linebacker, 1973-74 A two-time All-American, Klein had 132 tackles (80 solo) in his senior season, helping the Lions to a 6-4 record, its first winning season in nine years. Klein is one of seven players in school history to be named All-America twice. Bret Wright, Punter, 1983 Wright earned recognition from both Kodak and the Associated Press after the 1983 season, finishing the season second in the nation in punting with a 44.2 average, leading to his eighth round selection by the New York Jets in the 1984 NF L Draft. Wright finished his career with a 42.2 average, second in school history.

Willie Shepherd, Nose Guard, 1984-85 Shepherd earned Kodak First Team All-America Honors in his senior season, recording 89 tackles (69 solo), 11 tackles for loss and five sacks. He was also credited with a forced fumble and broke up three passes. In 1984, Shepherd made 85 tackles (67 solo), 19 tackles behind the line of scrimmage and seven sacks. He forced a fumble and recovered two. His 76-yard interception return for a touchdown versus Western Kentucky was the fourth longest in school history. He became only the seventh player in school history to earn All-American honors multiple times.

Felton Huggins, Wide Receiver, 2004 Huggins was a third-team selection by the Associated Press, the Sports Network and Don Hansen’s Football Gazette and a fourth-team pick by CollegeSportsReport.com after finishing the season with 84 catches, 1,313 yards and 13 touchdowns - all new school records. He ranked in the top 5 nationally in receptions, receiving yards and touchdown receptions. Huggins was named national Offensive Player of the Week after each of the first two weeks of the season, amassing 200-plus yards in wins over Arkansas-Monticello and McNeese State.

Scott Senner, Punter, 1984 Senner transferred to Southeastern prior to the 1984 season from Pearl River Junior College and earned AllAmerica accolades in his lone season in a Lion uniform. He averaged 43.3 yards per punt on 63 punts, notching a long of 61 yards. His 1984 average puts him on top of the Lions’ career punting list.

Jeff Turner, Placekicker, 2007 Turner was a honorable mention selection by the Sports Network after connecting on 17 of 20 field goals. A first team All-SLC and second team All-Louisiana pick, Turner set a SLC record with six field goals at Texas State.

Martin Hankins, Quarterback, 2004 Hankins was one of the top quarterbacks in the nation in his sophomore season. He led the nation in passing yards (4,240), completions (357), attempts (540), total offense (387.3 yards per game) and touchdown passes (35). A second-team selection by Don Hansen’s Football Gazette, Hankins’ yardage total was the 5th-highest in I-AA history. Only the 10th player in I-AA history to pass for more than 4,000 yards in a season, Hankins finished 7th in the voting for the Payton Award, awarded annually to I-AA’s top player.

Gridiron Honors

Billy Ladner, Halfback (1959-61) • First Team, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1961 Ronnie Hornsby, Linebacker (1967-70) • First Team, Associated Press All-American - 1970 Alan Klein, Linebacker (1971-74) • First Team, Associated Press All-American - 1973 • First Team, Associated Press All-American - 1974 Bret Wright, Punter (1981-83) • First Team, Kodak All-American - 1983 • Second Team, Associated Press All-American - 1983 Scott Senner, Punter (1984) • First Team, Associated Press All-American - 1984 Willie Shepherd, Nose Guard (1982-85) • Kodak All-America, First Team - 1985 • Associated Press, Second Team - 1984 Martin Hankins, Quarterback (2003-04) • Second Team, Don Hansen’s Football Gazette - 2004 Felton Huggins, Wide Receiver (2003-05) • Third Team, Associated Press - 2004 • Third Team, Sports Network - 2004 • Third Team, Don Hansen’s Football Gazette - 2004 • Fourth Team, CollegeSportsReport.com - 2004 Kenard White, Offensive Lineman (2003-04) • Second Team, Don Hansen’s Football Gazette - 2004 Josh Taylor, Tight End (2003-05) • Second Team, Don Hansen’s Football Gazette - 2005 Jeff Turner, Placekicker (2006-09) • Honorable Mention, Sports Network - 2007 Tommy Connors, Defensive Back (2006-10) • Second Team, Sports Network - 2008 • Third Team, Associated Press - 2008 • Honorable Mention, College Sporting News - 2008 Robert Alford, Defensive Back (2009-12) • FCS Defensive Player of the Year, College Sports Journal - 2012 • First Team, Sports Network - 2012 • First Team, College Sports Journal - 2012 • Second Team, Associated Press - 2012

ALL-AMERICA: James Carlin (1937) • Associated Press Little All-American - 1937 T.J. Campion, Tackle (1940-42, 1946) • First Team, Associated Press Little All-American - 1942 • First Team, Associated Press Little All-American - 1946 Joe Andrew, Guard (1951-52) • Second Team, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1952 Ray Porta, Quarterback (1953-54) • First Team, Associated Press Little All-American - 1954 Huey Husser, End (1953-56) • First Team, NAIA Associated Press Little All-American - 1955 Don Peroyea, Tackle (1953-56) •  Special Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1956 Frank Bourgeois, Halfback (1955-57) • Honorable Mention, Associated Press Little All-American - 1957 C.J. Alexander, Halfback (1958-59) •  Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1958 •  Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1959 •  Honorable Mention, Associated Press All-American - 1959 T.C. Calmes, Tackle (1957-60) • Special Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1960 Wilbur Derrick, Halfback (1960-61) • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1960 • Second Team, Academic All-American - 1961 Elbert Harris, Quarterback (1958-61) • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1960 • First-Team, NAIA (defense) All-American - 1961 • Honorable Mention, Associated Press All-American - 1961 • Special Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1961 Luther Fortenberry, Tackle (1957-60) • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1960 Paul Alexander, Guard/Tackle (1960-61) • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1960 • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1961 • Honorable Mention, NAIA (defense) All-American - 1961 Billy Johnson, Center (1960-61) • Honorable Mention, Associate Press All-American - 1961 Jack Andre, Guard (1960-62) • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1961 Monty Crook, End (1959-62) • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1961 • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1962 Ellis Johnson, Halfback (1961-64) • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1961

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Rushing Records

Southeastern Louisiana

INDIVIDUAL CAREER RUSHING RECORDS Rushing Yards

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

3,232 3,222 2,776 2,710 1,857 1,849 1,832 1,755 1,750 1,412

Jerry Butler Horace Belton Mack Boatner Jay Lucas Rogers Wilson Ray Perkins Tommy Bell Robert Hicks Ted Glaser Gino Marino

1981-84 1973-76 1978-81 2006-08 1973-76 2003-04 1953-57 1977-80 1967-70 1970-73

Rushing Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

706 682 591 471 441 429 397 366 365 361

Rushing TDs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9.

31 28 25 22 20 15 15 14 12 12 12

Jerry Butler Horace Belton Mack Boatner Jay Lucas Ted Glaser Robert Hicks Darrell Beard Johnny Wells Gino Marino Mac Faul

1981-84 1973-76 1978-81 2006-08 1967-70 1977-80 1969-71 1977-80 1970-73 1966-69

Horace Belton Jerry Butler Mack Boatner Jay Lucas Zeke Jones Ray Perkins Ellis Johnson C.J. Alexander Rogers Wilson Charles Whitney Darrell Beard

1973-76 1981-84 1978-81 2006-08 2008-12 2003-04 1961-64 1958-59 1973-76 1963-66 1969-71

Average Yards/Rush (minimum 50 attempts)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

8.08 7.57 6.22 6.06 5.79 5.75 5.54 5.54 5.47 5.39

Larry Troxler (79-638) Don Marino (171-1294) C.J. Alexander (213-1324) Charles Hayes (88-533) Russell Gautreaux (62-359) Jay Lucas (471-2710) Bobby Dugas (78-432) Ray Perkins (334-1849) Jerry Schwab (70-383) Marion Salloum (140-754)

1953-54 1953-54 1958-59 1962-63 1956 2006-08 1955-58 2003-04 1958-60 1952-53

INDIVIDUAL SEASON RUSHING RECORDS Rushing Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1,239 1,168 1,148 1,092 1,061 1,038 980 902 861 806

Jay Lucas (173-1,239) Horace Belton (245-1,168) Ray Perkins (179-1,148) Jerry Butler (235-1,092) Horace Belton (206-1,061) Ted Glaser (259-1,038) Jerry Butler (228-980) Jerry Butler (176-902) Don Marino (90-861) Mack Boatner (171-806)

2007 1975 2004 1984 1974 1970 1983 1982 1954 1979

Rushing Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

259 245 235 228 215 206 179 176 175 173

Rushing TDs 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7.

14 12 11 10 10 9 8 8 8 8

Ted Glaser (259-1,038) Horace Belton (245-1,168) Jerry Butler (235-1,092) Jerry Butler (228-980) Darrell Beard (215-769) Horace Belton (206-1,061) Ray Perkins (179-1,148) Jerry Butler (176-902) Mack Boatner (175-720) Jay Lucas (173-1,239)

1970 1975 1984 1983 1969 1974 2004 1982 1981 2007

Horace Belton Jay Lucas Jerry Butler Mack Boatner Horace Belton Ray Perkins Jerry Butler Mack Boatner Zeke Jones Ellis Johnson

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Average Yards/Rush (minimum 50 attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

9.57 7.55 7.49 7.16 7.12

Don Marino (90-861) Rogers Wilson (65-491) Tommy Bell (67-502) Jay Lucas (173-1239) C.J.Alexander (105-748)

Don Marino Rogers Wilson Mike Scioneaux Jay Lucas Ellis Johnson Jerry Butler Gino Marino Jay Lucas Wayne Dugas Horace Belton Jerry Butler Jerry Butler Horace Belton Dean Waguespack Charlie Thomas Mack Boatner Jay Lucas Ray Perkins Greg Domiano Ray Perkins Jerry Zimmerman Jerry Butler Xavier Roberson Darrell Beard Herbie Williams Jay Lucas Ted Glaser Horace Belton Tommy Calandro Jerry Butler Mack Boatner Wilbur Derrick Gino Marino Jerry Butler Mack Boatner Mack Boatner Kendall Denmark Billy Ladner Ray Perkins Wilbur Derrick Charlie Whitney Robert Hicks Don Griffin Jerry Butler Sam Fairley Zeke Jones Mack Boatner Ray Perkins Tommy Bell Harry Nunez Brett Brian C.J.Alexander Clell Rosetti Louis Carliste Zeke Jones Jerry Butler C.J.Alexander Mack Boatner Lynn Day Sam Fairley

1954 1974 1954 2007 1959

200-Yard Rushing Games

Name Date Opponent Yards (att.) TD Mack Boatner 11/8/80 Delta State 275 (19) 2 Horace Belton 11/9/74 Delta State 267 (41) 4 Jay Lucas 10/20/07 Central Arkansas 215 (24) 2 Jerry Butler 10/18/84 Southwest Texas 215 (28) 1 Ted Glaser 11/23/68 Northwestern State 203 (34) 3

100-Yard Rushing Games Name Ray Perkins Mack Boatner Horace Belton Horace Belton C.J.Alexander Ted Glaser Jay Lucas Jerry Butler Harry Nunez Jeff Senegal Jerry Butler Ray Perkins C.J.Alexander Charlie Thomas Horace Belton Horace Belton Mike Thompson Jay Lucas Horace Belton C.J.Alexander Rasheed Harrell Ted Glaser Jay Lucas Charlie Thomas Marion Salloum Jasper Ducksworth Charlie Hayes Jerry Butler Ted Glaser Robert Hicks Tom Johnson Jay Lucas Tommy Bell Darrell Beard Mack Boatner Ray Perkins Robert Hicks Gino Marino Greg Domiano Horace Belton Don Marino Mack Boatner

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Date 11/11/04 10/13/79 10/12/74 9/25/76 10/17/59 11/21/70 11/17/07 9/11/82 11/21/64 11/16/85 10/8/83 10/16/04 9/17/59 9/19/81 9/27/75 10/9/76 10/31/70 10/6/07 11/1/75 11/21/59 11/10/12 11/14/70 11/10/07 9/12/81 11/14/53 10/10/09 10/18/63 9/24/83 10/10/70 9/27/80 9/21/84 9/15/07 9/22/56 11/8/69 11/15/80 11/20/04 9/27/80 11/3/73 10/17/81 9/20/75 10/30/54 10/13/79

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Yards (att.) TD 188 (21) 3 188 (31) 3 179 (20) 2 177 (24) 3 176 (19) 2 176 (34) 2 174 (25) 2 173 (23) 0 169 (19) 1 169 (25) 0 169 (23) 1 168 (18) 1 168 1 165 (20) 0 164 (29) 1 163 (23) 2 162 (14) 3 158 (13) 2 158 (29) 1 157 2 151 (20) 1 151 (40) 1 147 (16) 1 145 (21) 1 144 (11) 0 143 (22) 3 143 (9) 1 140 (25) 2 140 (29) 0 139 (29) 1 139 (19) 0 138 (9) 2 136 (12) 1 135 (28) 1 135 (25) 1 134 (21) 0 134 (29) 1 133 (32) 0 132 (30) 0 132 (23) 2 131 (14) 0 131 (28) 0

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Southwestern La. Northeast Louisiana Northwestern State Texas State Southwestern La. Sam Houston State Nicholls State Jacksonville Northwestern State Louisiana Tech Southwest Missouri Western Kentucky Tennessee-Martin Livingston Northeast Louisiana Stephen F.Austin Northwestern State Texas State Jackson State Northern Colorado Northwestern State Southern Stephen F.Austin Lamar Northwestern State Gardner-Webb Louisiana Tech Tennessee-Martin Northwestern State Central Florida Northeast Louisiana Southwestern La. Abilene Christian Jackson State Nicholls State Texas Southern Texas Southern East Texas State McNeese State McNeese State Pensacola Navy Troy State Northeast Louisiana Western Kentucky Tennessee-Martin Tennessee-Martin Northeast Louisiana Webber International Northwestern State Samford Western Kentucky Tampa McNeese State Northwestern State Union College Northeast Louisiana Tampa Murray State Pensacola Navy Nicholls State

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Lion Football 2013 Mickey Catalanotta Horace Belton Steve Sifton Ed Welch Mack Boatner Frankie Bourgois Ray Perkins Clell Rosetti Horace Belton Ted Glaser Robert Hicks Jerry Butler Greg Domiano Jay Lucas Charlie Thomas

9/17/55 11/15/75 9/29/84 11/9/57 11/11/78 11/9/57 11/6/04 11/15/69 9/14/74 11/26/68 9/8/79 10/16/82 11/7/81 11/8/08 10/18/80

Northeast Louisiana Nicholls State Western Kentucky Louisiana Tech Nicholls State Louisiana Tech Jacksonville McNeese State North Alabama McNeese State McNeese State Texas Southern Southern Texas State Texas Southern

105 (10) 105 (30) 104 (28) 104 (7) 104 (18) 104 (7) 103 (12) 103 (20) 103 (24) 102 (25) 102 (24) 102 (15) 101 (22) 100 (12) 100 (15)

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Most 100-Yard Rushing Games 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Jerry Butler (1981-84) Mack Boatner (1978-81) Horace Belton (1973-76) Jay Lucas (2006-08) Ray Perkins (2003-04) Ted Glaser (1967-70) C.J. Alexander (1958-59) Charlie Thomas (1978-81) Robert Hicks (1977-80) Gino Marino (1970-73)

13 11 11 10 8 6 5 4 4 3

The Longest Runs

90, 88, 87, 87 85 80 80 78 78 76 76

Yearly Rushing Leaders (since 1949) Year 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976

Mack Boatner (vs. Delta State) C.J. Alexander (vs. Southwestern La.) Frankie Bourgeois (vs. Louisiana Tech) Rogers Wilson (at Jacksonville State) Ray Perkins (at Texas State) Jerry Butler (at Troy State) Jay Lucas (vs. Kentucky Wesleyan) Dean Waguespack (vs. Livingston) Jay Lucas (vs. Stephen F. Austin) Tommy Bell (vs. Southwestern La.) Charlie Hayes (at Northeast Louisiana)

Nov. 8, 1980 Sept. 18, 1959 Nov. 9, 1957 Oct. 5, 1974 Sept. 27, 2003 Oct. 8, 1983 Sept. 15, 2007 Oct. 15, 1977 Oct. 6, 2007 Sept. 21, 1957 Oct. 26, 1963

Player Att Yards Long TD Avg/A Avg/G Milton Lavigne 127 506 - 7 4.0 56.2 Ridley Boudreaux 119 407 - 1 3.4 40.7 Ed Welch 107 504 - 4 4.7 50.4 Ed Welch 126 669 - 5 5.3 74.3 Tommy Bell 118 569 - - 4.8 63.2 Don Marino 90 861 - - 9.6 95.7 Pete Morere 69 319 - 2 4.6 31.9 Russell Gautreaux 62 359 - 2 5.8 39.9 Frank Bourgeois 89 478 87 2 5.4 53.1 C.J.Alexander 108 576 24 7 5.3 64.0 C.J.Alexander 105 748 88 7 7.1 83.1 Wilbur Derrick 109 465 - 4 4.3 46.5 Wilbur Derrick 116 581 53 3 5.0 58.1 Ellis Johnson 57 323 - 2 5.7 40.4 Charles Hayes 53 354 - 2 6.7 39.3 Ellis Johnson 80 531 - 8 6.6 59.0 Harry Nunez 129 426 - 2 3.3 47.3 Charles Whitney 99 454 65 6 4.6 50.4 Mac Faul 106 448 41 2 4.2 49.8 Ted Glaser 162 643 41 2 4.0 64.3 Darrell Beard 215 769 59 6 3.6 76.9 Ted Glaser 259 1,038 - 7 4.0 103.8 Don Short 101 386 30 2 3.8 35.1 Gino Marino 122 428 34 1 3.5 42.8 Gino Marino 124 521 22 1 4.2 52.1 Horace Belton 206 1,061 75 14 5.2 106.1 Horace Belton 245 1,168 50 10 4.8 106.2 Rogers Wilson 166 746 23 5 4.5 67.8

Year 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Player Att Yards Long TD Avg/A Avg/G Herbie Williams 151 594 26 5 3.9 66.0 Tommy Calandro 140 506 21 3 3.6 46.0 Mack Boatner 171 806 43 10 4.7 80.6 Mack Boatner 126 767 90 6 6.1 76.7 Mack Boatner 175 720 19 8 4.1 65.5 Jerry Butler 176 902 59 7 5.1 82.0 Jerry Butler 228 980 80 8 4.3 89.1 Jerry Butler 235 1,092 70 11 4.6 99.3 Jeff Sinegal 119 481 65 1 4.0 48.1 Ray Perkins 155 701 85 6 4.5 58.4 Ray Perkins 179 1,148 72 9 6.4 104.4 Trey Willie 133 449 61 2 3.4 44.9 Jay Lucas 134 684 42 6 5.1 62.2 Jay Lucas 173 1,239 80 12 7.2 112.6 Jay Lucas 164 787 58 4 4.8 65.6 Jasper Ducksworth 130 609 56 5 4.7 60.9 Sam Fairley 145 579 33 1 4.0 52.6 Sam Fairley 112 396 26 3 3.5 44.0 Xavier Roberson 105 488 36 4 4.6 44.4

TEAM RUSHING RECORDS Yards (Single-Season) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2,985 2,761 2,437 2,429 2,412

(424-2985) (564-2761) (543-2437) (558-2429) (594-2412)

1954 1974 1980 1961 1975

Attempts (Single-Season) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

594 592 591 586 583

(594-2412) (592-2171) (591-1806) (586-2388) (583-2134)

1975 1979 1978 1976 1970

Most Rushing TDs (Single-Season) 1. 3. 4. 5.

26 26 24 22 21 21

1974 1960 1980 1961 2011 1976

Yards (Single-Game - since 2003) 1. 2. 2. 3. 4.

294 278 270 247 245

Central Arkansas Stephen F. Austin Savannah State UT Martin Kentucky Wesleyan

Oct. 20, 2007 Nov. 10, 2012 Sept. 10, 2011 Sept. 11, 2010 Sept. 15, 2007

Attempts (Single-Game - since 2003) 1. 3. 4. 5.

53 53 52 51 44 44

Savannah State Stephen F. Austin at Nicholls State at Lamar Nicholls State at Tulane

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Sept. 10, 2011 Nov. 10, 2012 Nov. 15, 2012 Sept. 29, 2012 Nov. 17, 2007 Sept. 3, 2011

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Southeastern Louisiana Passing TDs 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 8. 9.

35 30 25 25 22 15 15 14 12 12

Martin Hankins Martin Hankins Brian Babin Brian Babin Trey Willie Ray Porta Brian Young Tyler Beatty Brian Babin Robbie Mahfouz

2004 2003 2009 2008 2005 1954 2011 2010 2007 1981

Passes Had Intercepted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Brian Babin finished second in the Southeastern career passing records in yards (7,405), attempts (1,083), completions (670), touchdown passes (62) and passing efficency (134.3).

INDIVIDUAL CAREER PASSING RECORDS Pass Attempts

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1,132 1,083 599 595 437 429 385 370 346 299

Martin Hankins (710-1132-31) Brian Babin (670-1083-21) Brian Young (338-599-23) Charlie Hebert (264-595-49) Dan Brewer (181-437-33) Trey Willie (260-429-10) Nathan Stanley (205-285-15) Tyler Beatty (188-370-10) Johnny Wells (164-346-16) Don Griffin (124-299-20)

2003-04 2005-09 2010-12 1982-84 1967-68 2003-05 2011-12 2008-10 1977-80 1975-76

710 670 338 264 260 205 188 181 164 156

Martin Hankins (710-1132-31) Brian Babin (670-1083-21) Brian Young (338-599-23) Charlie Hebert (264-595-49) Trey Willie (260-429-10) Nathan Stanley (205-385-15) Tyler Beatty (188-370-10) Dan Brewer (181-437-33) Johnny Wells (164-346-16) Seth Babin (156-256-7)

2003-04 2005-09 2010-12 1982-84 2003-05 2011-12 2008-10 1967-68 1977-80 2003-06

7,777 7,405 3,923 3,673 2,950 2,328 2,238 2,203 2,201 2,193

Passing TDs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

65 62 25 24 21 20 18 17 17 16

49 33 31 24 23 21 21 20 17 16 16

Brad Schlosser (115-172-4) Martin Hankins (710-1132-31) Brian Babin (670-1083-21) Seth Babin (156-256-7) Trey Willie (260-429-10) Brian Young (338-599-23) Gene Simmons (50-89-8) Robbie Mahfouz (118-211-12) Nathan Stanley (205-385-15) Tyler Beatty (188-370-10)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

138.4 134.3 133.9 132.9 131.3 121.1 114.9 114.8 114.3 112.2

2003-04 2005-09 2010-12 1982-84 2003-05 2008-10 2011-12 1967-68 1977-80 1975-76

Pass Attempts

Martin Hankins Brian Babin Trey Willie Ray Porta Johnny Wells Brian Young Tyler Beatty Don Griffin Dickie Cothern Dan Brewer

2003-04 2005-09 2003-05 1953-54 1977-80 2010-12 2008-10 1975-76 1962-64 1967-68

Pass Completions

1982-84 1967-68 2003-04 1970-72 2010-12 2005-09 1972-73 1975-76 1967-70 1977-80 1965-66

Passing Yards

Charlie Hebert Dan Brewer Martin Hankins Mark Varisco Brian Young Brian Babin Gene Estapa Don Griffin Jeff Panks Johnny Wells Bobby Cotten

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2006-07 2003-04 2005-09 2003,05-06 2003-05 2010-12 1949 1981 2011-12 2008-10

Ray Porta (97-209-9) Brian Babin (670-1083-21) Martin Hankins (710-1132-31) Trey Willie (260-429-10) Robbie Mahfouz (118-211-12) Brad Schlosser (115-172-4) Lester Smith (54-112-14) Brian Young (338-599-23) Tyler Beatty (188-370-10) Gene Simmons (50-89-8)

Martin Hankins (710-1132-31) Brian Babin (670-1083-21) Brian Young (338-599-23) Charlie Hebert (264-595-49) Trey Willie (260-429-10) Tyler Beatty (188-370-10) Nathan Stanley (205-385-15) Dan Brewer (181-437-33) Johnny Wells (164-346-16) Don Griffin (124-299-20)

Passes Had Intercepted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

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357 353 * 257 246 241 220 191 177 138 137

1. 4,240 2. 3,537 * 3. 2,855 4. 2,806 5. 2,777 6. 2,602 7. 1,996 8. 1,952 9. 1,738 10. 1,707

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Bradd Schlosser (108-162-3) Martin Hankins (357-540-12) Brian Babin (257-412-7) Brian Babin (220-354-8) Seth Babin (138-225-6) Brian Babin (191-315-6) Trey Willie (241-404-10) Martin Hankins (353-592-19) Brian Young (246-419-15) Gene Simmons (50-89-8)

159.1 149.0 148.6 142.7 141.8 136.2 131.3 130.4 122.6 120.6

Ray Porta (50-102-4) Martin Hankins (357-540-12) Johnny Wells (51-95-4) Brian Babin (220-354-8) Dickie Cothern (35-63-4) Brian Babin (257-412-7) Robbie Mahfouz (118-211-12) Trey Willie (241-404-10) Brian Babin (191-315-6) Brian Young (246-419-15)

2006 2004 2008 2009 2006 2007 2005 2003 2011 1949

1954 2004 1980 2009 1962 2008 1981 2005 2007 2011

* - NCAA Freshman Record

500-Yard Passing Games Name Date Martin Hankins 9/2/04

Opponent Arkansas-Monticello

400-Yard Passing Games

2003 2004 2011 2008 2005 2009 2012 2007 2010 1985

Name Martin Hankins Martin Hankins Martin Hankins Martin Hankins Martin Hankins Brian Young Trey Willie Martin Hankins

Date 11/6/04 11/20/04 9/11/04 10/16/04 11/8/03 10/29/11 11/12/05 9/13/03

Opponent Jacksonville Gardner-Webb McNeese State Mercyhurst Jacksonville Central Arkansas Nicholls State Henderson State

Yds (A/C/I) TD 588 (41/30/0) 4

Yds (A/C/I) TD 484 (61/50/0) 4 445 (60/38/3) 4 439 (54/38/0) 5 431 (50/33/1) 5 412 (57/42/0) 3 409 (47/31/4) 3 403 (57/38/1) 3 402 (52/37/3) 3

300-Yard Passing Games

Martin Hankins (357-540-12) Martin Hankins (353-592-19) Brian Babin (257-412-7) Brian Young (246-419-15) Trey Willie (241-404-10) Brian Babin (220-354-8) Brian Babin (191-315-6) Nathan Stanley (177-327-9) Seth Babin (138-225-6) Tyler Beatty (137-268-8)

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2004 2003 2008 2011 2005 2009 2007 2012 2006 2010

Martin Hankins (357-540-12) Martin Hankins (353-592-19) Brian Young (246-419-15) Brian Babin (257-412-7) Trey Willie (241-404-10) Brian Babin (220-354-8) Brian Babin (191-315-6) Nathan Stanley (177-327-9) Tyler Beatty (137-268-8) Robbie Mahfouz (118-211-12)

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Pass Efficiency (minimum 50 attempts)

1953-54 2005-09 2003-04 2003-05 1981 2006-07 1964-65 2010-12 2008-10 1949

Martin Hankins (353-592-19) Martin Hankins (357-540-12) Brian Young (246-419-15) Brian Babin (257-412-7) Trey Willie (241-404-10) Brian Babin (220-354-8) Nathan Stanley (177-327-9) Brian Babin (191-315-6) Tyler Beatty (137-268-8) John Gregory (98-260-10)

Charlie Hebert (88-206-23) Gene Estapa (105-230-20) Martin Hankins (353-592-19) Dan Brewer (78-196-17) Dan Brewer (103-241-16) Brian Young (246-419-15) Charlie Hebert (84-183-14) Mark Varisco (56-144-13) Bobby Cotten (79-170-13) Lester Smith (51-104-13)

Pass Completion Pct. (minimum 50 attempts)

INDIVIDUAL SEASON PASSING RECORDS

Passing Yards

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Pass Efficiency (minimum 50 attempts)

Pass Completions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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Yds (A/C/I) TD 382 (46/27/2) 3 379 (55/37/0) 3 374 (54/31/3) 3 368 (40/27/0) 5 368 (49/30/0) 2 363 (50/32/0) 6 356 (44/35/1) 4 355 (47/27/4) 2 351 (23/17/0) 1 349 (44/26/0) 0 340 (56/22/0) 3 332 (35/27/0) 4 332 (47/22/1) 2 330 (44/27/0) 2 325 (63/34/0) 2 322 (59/32/0) 0 322 (24/17/1) 3 321 (43/19/0) 1 319 (56/31/2) 1 315 (49/31/3) 3 308 (25/17/0) 2 306 (42/25/2) 0

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Lion Football 2013 Martin Hankins 11/1/03 Alcorn State Brian Young 9/18/10 Lamar Trey Willie 10/22/05 McNeese State

304 (55/34/2) 3 301 (35/24/1) 1 300 (37/21/0) 2

Yearly PASSING Leaders (since 1949) Year 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975

INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Most Passes Attempted (since 2003) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 10.

63, Seth Babin vs. Sam Houston State 61, Martin Hankins at Jacksonville 60, Martin Hankins at Gardner-Webb 59, Brian Babin at Louisiana Tech 57, Martin Hankins vs. Jacksonville 57,Trey Willie vs. Nicholls State 56, Martin Hankins at Texas State 55, Brian Babin vs.Texas A&M-Commerce 55, Martin Hankins at Alcorn State 54, Martin Hankins vs.Alcorn State 54, Martin Hankins at McNeese State 54,Trey Willie vs.Tulane

Nov. 11, 2006 Nov. 6, 2004 Nov. 20, 2004 Sept. 20, 2008 Nov. 8, 2003 Nov. 12, 2005 Sept. 18, 2004 Sept. 5, 2009 Nov. 1, 2003 Oct. 30, 2004 Sept. 11, 2004 Oct. 1, 2005

Most Passes Completed (since 2003) 1. 2. 3. 7. 9. 10.

50, Martin Hankins at Jacksonville 42, Martin Hankins vs. Jacksonville 38, Martin Hankins at Gardner-Webb 38, Martin Hankins at McNeese State 38,Trey Willie vs. Nicholls State 38,Trey Willie vs.Tulane 37, Brian Babin vs.Texas A&M-Commerce 37, Martin Hankins at Henderson State 35, Martin Hankins vs. Prairie View A&M 34, Seth Babin vs. Sam Houston State 34, Martin Hankins at Alcorn State

Nov. 6, 2004 Nov. 8, 2003 Nov. 20, 2004 Sept. 11, 2004 Nov. 12, 2005 Oct. 1, 2005 Sept. 5, 2009 Sept. 13, 2003 Nov. 15, 2003 Nov. 11, 2006 Nov. 1, 2003

Most Touchdown Passes (since 2003)

1. 2.

6, Martin Hankins vs.Webber International 5, Brian Babin vs. Union College 5, Brian Babin vs. Kentucky Wesleyan 5,Tyler Beatty vs.Texas State 5, Martin Hankins vs. Mercyhurst 5, Martin Hankins at McNeese State

Oct. 18, 2003 Sept. 10, 2009 Sept. 15, 2007 Oct. 9, 2010 Oct. 16, 2004 Sept. 11, 2004

TEAM PASSING RECORDS Attempts (Single-Season) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

621 (373-621-20) 576 (383-576-13) 481 (275-481-21) 450 (276-450-8) 444 (266-444-10)

2003 2004 2011 2008 2009

Completions (Single-Season) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

383 (383-576-13) 373 (373-621-20) 276 (276-450-8) 275 (275-481-21) 266 (266-444-10)

2004 2003 2008 2011 2009

Yards (Single-Season) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

4488 (383-576-13) 3788 (373-621-20) 3170 (275-481-21) 3112 (266-444-10) 3087 (276-450-8)

2004 2003 2011 2009 2008

Most Passing TDs (Single-Season) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

38 32 30 29 22

2004 2003 2009 2008 2005

Had Intercepted (Single-Season) 1. 2. 4. 5.

25 (96-220-25) 22 (125-280-22) 22 (87-221-22) 21 (275-481-21) 20 (69-162-20) 20 (373-621-20)

1983 1972 1968 2011 1969 2003

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2004 1980 1954 1961 2008

Most Passes Attempted (Single-Game)

1. 2. 3. 6. 9.

72 65 60 60 60 57 57 57 56 56 56

at Jacksonville Sam Houston State at Gardner-Webb at Northwestern State at Louisiana Tech Jacksonville Nicholls State Mercyhurst at Alcorn State Sam Houston State at Texas State

Most Passes Completed (Single-Game)

1. 2. 3. 5. 9.

59 42 40 40 38 38 38 38 37 37

at Jacksonville Jacksonville Prairie View A&M Mercyhurst Nicholls State at Gardner-Webb vs. Tulane at McNeese State Texas A&M-Commerce at Henderson State

Nov. 6, 2004 Nov. 11, 2006 Nov. 20, 2004 Oct. 11, 2003 Sept. 20, 2008 Nov. 8, 2003 Nov. 12, 2005 Oct. 16, 2004 Nov. 1, 2003 Nov. 5, 2011 Sept. 18, 2004

Nov. 6, 2004 Nov. 8, 2003 Nov. 15, 2003 Oct. 16, 2004 Nov. 12, 2005 Nov. 20, 2004 Oct. 1, 2005 Sept. 11, 2004 Sept. 5, 2009 Sept. 13, 2003

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Most Passing Yards (Single-Game)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

588 551 499 445 439 412 412 409 403 402

Arkansas-Monticello at Jacksonville Mercyhurst at Gardner-Webb at McNeese State Jacksonville Webber International at Central Arkansas Nicholls State at Henderson State

Sept. 2, 2004 Nov. 6, 2004 Oct. 16, 2004 Nov. 20, 2004 Sept. 11, 2004 Nov. 8, 2003 Oct. 18, 2003 Oct. 29, 2011 Nov. 12, 2005 Sept. 13, 2003

Most Touchdown Passes (Single-Game)

1. 2. 5.

7 6 6 6 5 5 5 5

Webber International Mercyhurst Union College Kentucky Wesleyan at Jacksonville PrairieView A&M Texas State at McNeese State

Oct. 18, 2003 Oct. 16, 2004 Sept. 10, 2009 Sept. 15, 2007 Nov. 6, 2004 Nov. 15, 2003 Oct. 9, 2010 Sept. 11, 2004

Most Passes Had Intercepted (since 2003)

1. 6 2. 4 4

at Northwestern State at Northwestern State at Central Arkansas

Oct. 11, 2003 Oct. 15, 2011 Oct. 29, 2011

Consecutive Passes Completed (Single-Game) 21 Martin Hankins

at Jacksonville

Nov. 6, 2004

Highest Percentage Completed (10 passes)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

87.5 81.9 80.0 78.9 78.4 76.2 75.0 75.0 73.7 73.5

Kentucky Wesleyan at Jacksonville Union College at Nicholls State Prairie View A&M at Stephen F. Austin at Texas State Gardner-Webb Jacksonville Sam Houston State

Sept. 15, 2007 (21-24) Nov. 6, 2004 (59-72) Sept. 10, 2009 (24-30) Nov. 22, 2008 (30-38) Nov. 15, 2003 (40-51) Nov. 12, 2011 (32-42) Oct. 21, 2006 (30-40) Sept. 30, 2006 (33-44) Nov. 8, 2003 (42-57) Sept. 25, 2004 (36-49) Robbie Mahfouz

The Longest Pass Completions

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INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECEIVING RECORDS Pass Reception Yards

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2,780 2,345 2,072 1,994 1,767 1,654 1,621 1,578 1,429 1,279

Simmie Yarborough (229-2780) Felton Huggins (162-2345) Kory Theodore (143-2072) Duane Floyd (145-1994) Josh Taylor (141-1767) David Patterson (80-1654) Brandon Collins (117-1621) Hutch Gonzales (135-1578) Merrick Lanaux (107-1429) Jay Lucas (146-1279)

2008-11 2003-05 2007-11 1965-68 2003-05 1979-82 2010-11 2003-05 2005-09 2006-08

Pass Receptions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

229 162 146 145 143 141 135 117 110 107

Simmie Yarborough (229-2780) Felton Huggins (162-2345) Jay Lucas (146-1279) Duane Floyd (145-1994) Kory Theodore (143-2072) Josh Taylor (141-1767) Hutch Gonzales (135-1578) Brandon Collins (117-1621) Andre Cryer (110-1140) Merrick Lanaux (107-1429)

2008-11 2003-05 2006-08 1965-68 2007-11 2003-05 2003-05 2010-11 2007-10 2005-09

Pass Reception TDs 1. 2. 3. 4. 7. 9. 10.

30 22 17 15 15 15 13 13 12 11 11

Simmie Yarborough Felton Huggins David Patterson Chris Wilson Huey Husser Jeffrey Howard Kory Theodore Duane Floyd Orlando Gusman Merrick Lanaux Hutch Gonzales

2008-11 2003-05 1979-82 2008-09 1953-56 2003-04 2007-11 1965-68 1974-76 2005-09 2003-05

Simmie Yarborough finished his career in 2011 as Southeastern’s all-time leader in pass receptions (229), yards (2,780) and receiving TDs (30). The All-America product finished as the Southland Conference all-time leader in receptions and TDs.

Average Yards/Catch (minimum 20 receptions)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

21.30 20.67 19.16 17.52 16.30 15.86 15.77 15.72 14.95 14.90

Chris Hayes (27-575) David Patterson (80-1654) Orlando Gusman (61-1169) Leslie Jackson (54-946) Sonny Fletcher (23-375) Hardy Anderson (29-460) Chris Ceasar (30-473) Ray Brown (39-613) James McCall (21-314) Chris Wilson (83-1237)

1975-77 1979-82 1974-76 1977-81 1968-69 1982-84 1982-85 1983-84 1961-63 2008-09

INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECEIVING RECORDS Pass Reception Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1,313 875 803 778 746 743 740 709 689 664

Felton Huggins (84-1313) Brandon Collins (56-875) Simmie Yarborough (57-803) Simmie Yarborough (61-778) Brandon Collins (61-746) Kory Theodore (60-743) Chris Wilson (51-740) Simmie Yarborough (60-709) David Patterson (35-689) Orlando Gusman (31-664)

2004 2010 2009 2011 2011 2011 2008 2010 1981 1975

Pass Receptions 1. 2. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

84 61 61 61 60 60 58 57 56 51 51 51

Felton Huggins (84-1313) Simmie Yarborough (61-778) Brandon Collins (61-746) Josh Taylor (61-601) Kory Theodore (60-743) Simmie Yarborough (60-709) Jay Lucas (58-557) Simmie Yarborough (57-803) Brandon Collins (56-875) Chris Wilson (51-740) Simmie Yarborough (51-490) Jay Lucas (51-485)

2004 2011 2011 2003 2011 2010 2008 2009 2010 2008 2008 2007

Pass Reception TDs 1. 2. 3. 5. 6.

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200-Yard Receiving Games

1982 1975 1981 1981 1976

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Name Date Felton Huggins 10/16/04 David Patterson 10/24/81 Kory Theodore 9/18/10 Brandon Collins 10/30/10 Chris Wilson 10/31/09 Josh Taylor 11/12/05 Felton Huggins 11/20/04 Hutch Gonzales 10./29/05 Simmie Yarborough 10/17/09 Brandon Collins 10/29/11 Brandon Collins 11/18/10 Andre Cryer 9/20/08 Duane Floyd 11/25/65 David Patterson 9/18/82 Stanley Moore 9/13/12 Felton Huggins 10/2/04 Simmie Yarborough 10/16/10 Simmie Yarborough 9/5/09 Byron Ross 10/27/07 Chris Ceaser 3/13/85 Crawford Kilpatrick 11/11/06 Simmie Yarborough 10/29/11 Chris Wilson 10/4/08 Simmie Yarborough 10/10/09 Duane Floyd 9/23/67 Wyatt Harris 11/23/85 David Patterson 10/25/80 David Patterson 10/16/82 Kory Theodore 10/9/10 Merrick Lanaux 9/22/07 Hutch Gonzales 10/8/05 Ray Brown 9/17/83 Brandon Collins 10/23/10 Brandon Collins 9/24/11 Felton Huggins 11/8/03 Simmie Yarborough 11/5/11 Simmie Yarborough 10/9/10 Brandon Collins 10/15/11 Hutch Gonzales 11/19/05 Kory Theodore 10/1/11 Ray Brown 11/10/84 Merrick Lanaux 11/19/05 Brooks Jordan 10/11/03 Jamarr’ Garrett 10/21/06 Jeffrey Howard 11/11/04 Chris Wilson 8/30/08 Brandon Collins 11/6/10 Duane Floyd 11/20/65 Duane Floyd 11/11/67 Merrick Lanaux 9/30/06 Felton Huggins 11/1/03 Chris Wilson 9/13/08 Ray Perkins 9/2/04 Kory Theodore 10/22/11 Felton Huggins 10/29/05 Tommy Arbour 10/23/65

Opponent Mercyhurst Northeast Louisiana Lamar Central Arkansas Central Arkansas Nicholls State Gardner-Webb Stephen F.Austin Sam Houston State Central Arkansas Nicholls State Louisiana Tech Appalachian State Central Florida UT Martin Mississippi Valley Sam Houston State Texas A&M-Commerce McNeese State Central Florida Sam Houston State Central Arkansas Stephen F.Austin Texas State Southern Mississippi Nicholls State Northeast Louisiana Texas Southern Texas State Tulane Texas State Central Florida McNeese State McNeese State Jacksonville Sam Houston State Texas State Northwestern State Mississippi Valley Lamar Northwestern State Mississippi Valley Northwestern State Texas State Texas College Alcorn State Northwestern State Northwestern State McNeese State Gardner-Webb Alcorn State South Dakota Arkansas-Monticello Texas State Stephen F.Austin Northeast Louisiana

Yards (rec.) TD 195 (13) 3 171 (7) 3 164 (7) 1 164 (6) 2 163 (6) 2 160 (9) 2 157 (10) 1 155 (7) 0 151 (8) 3 140 (11) 0 140 (10) 0 138 (7) 1 134 (6) 2 133 (6) 1 131 (5) 0 131 (8) 0 130 (5) 1 129 (13) 2 129 (8) 2 129 (6) 1 128 (11) 1 126 (6) 1 121 (5) 2 120 (7) 2 120 (9) 0 120 (7) 0 120 (7) 2 119 (4) 0 118 (6) 0 117 (6) 1 117 (5) 1 117 (3) 1 115 (7) 0 115 (6) 1 114 (10) 1 114 (9) 0 114 (8) 3 114 (5) 1 114 (5) 2 113 (7) 0 113 (6) 0 111 (4) 2 110 (9) 0 110 (6) 1 108 (7) 1 107 (3) 2 106 (4) 1 105 (8) 1 104 (8) 0 102 (10) 0 102 (5) 1 101 (11) 0 101 (2) 1 100 (7) 0 100 (6) 1 100 (2) 1

Most 100-Yard Receiving Games

1. 3. 9. 8.

Simmie Yarborough (2008-11) Brandon Collins (2010-11) Felton Huggins (2003-05) David Patterson (1979-82) Duane Floyd (1965-68) Chris Wilson (2008-09) Kory Theodore (2008-11) Hutch Gonzales (2003-05) Merrick Lanaux (2005-09) Ray Brown (1983-84)

13, Felton Huggins vs. Mercyhurst 13, Felton Huggins at McNeese State 13, Simmie Yarborough vs.Texas A&M-Commerce 12, Ray Perkins vs. Sam Houston State 11, Brandon Collins at Central Arkansas 11, Hutch Gonzales at Jacksonville 11, Felton Huggins vs.Arkansas-Monticello 11, Crawford Kilpatrick vs. Sam Houston State 11, Josh Taylor at Northern Colorado 11, Chris Wilson vs. South Dakota

Oct. 16, 2004 Sept. 11, 2004 Sept. 5, 2009 Sept. 25, 2004 Oct. 29, 2011 Nov. 6, 2004 Sept. 2, 2004 Nov. 11, 2006 Sept. 17, 2005 Sept. 13, 2008

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Year 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Player Rec. Yards Long TD Avg/C Rec/G Leslie Jackson 13 193 33 1 14.8 1.6 Jeff Coates 12 125 20 2 10.4 1.1 David Patterson 14 283 42 6 20.2 1.4 Leslie Jackson 14 217 26 2 15.5 1.6 David Patterson 35 689 59 7 19.7 3.2 David Patterson 20 485 52 3 24.2 2.0 Floyd Alleman 17 264 45 0 15.5 1.5 Ray Brown 23 326 32 0 14.2 2.1 Chris Ceasar 30 473 41 4 15.8 3.8 Josh Taylor 61 601 40 1 9.9 5.1 Felton Huggins 84 1313 78 13 15.6 7.6 Josh Taylor 48 606 53 5 12.6 6.0 Crawford Kilpatrick 47 391 39 3 8.3 4.3 Jay Lucas 51 485 41 3 9.5 4.6 Jay Lucas 58 557 60 4 9.6 4.8 SimmieYarborough 57 803 52 12 14.1 5.7 SimmieYarborough 60 709 95 9 11.8 6.0 Brandon Collins 61 746 64 5 12.2 5.5 SimmieYarborough 61 778 46 3 12.8 5.5 Tony McCrea 28 401 44 1 14.3 2.5

Duane Floyd is one of two players to lead the Lions in receptions all four seasons. From 1965-68, Floyd caught 145 passes for 1,994 yards and finished as the school leader in both categories.

Huey Husser was the first player in school history to lead the team in receptions all four seasons. A 1955 All-American, Husser’s 15 career TD receptions currently rank fourth in school history.

David Patterson is one of two players in school history to average over 20 yards per catch in a career. He averaged a school-record 24.2 yards per reception in 1982 and recorded the first 200-yard receiving game in school history.

Kory Theodore is one of three Lions to record more than 2,000 yards receiving in his career. The New Orleans native caught 143 passes (fifth in school history) for 2,072 yards (third in school history).

Bobby Hill caught a single-season record 48 passes in 1972 while averaging over 10 yards per catch. He became a deep threat in his final two seasons and finished with 88 receptions for 1,217 yards.

Brandon Collins played his final two seasons at Southeastern after transferring from Texas and finished seventh in school history in receiving yards (1,621) and eighth in receptions (117). His seven 100-yard receiving games are tied for first in school history.

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TOTAL OFFENSE (CAREER)

Yearly ALL-PURPOSE Leaders (since 1949)

Total Offense Yards

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

7,607 Martin Hankins (1228-7607) 7,094 Brian Babin (1271-7094) 4,094 Brian Young (715-4094) 3,892 Charlie Hebert (890-3892) 3,406 Trey Willie (564-3406) 3,232 Jerry Butler (706-3232) 3,222 Horace Belton (682-3222) 2,833 Johnny Wells (712-2833) 2,776 Mack Boatner (591-2776) 2,761 Don Griffin (522-2761)

2003-04 2005-09 2010-12 1982-84 2003-05 1981-84 1973-76 1977-80 1978-81 1975-76

TDs Responsible For 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9.

68 66 34 33 33 30 29 27 26 26

Martin Hankins Brian Babin Johnny Wells Horace Belton Jay Lucas Simmie Yarborough Jerry Butler Trey Willie Mack Boatner Dan Brewer

2003-04 2005-09 1977-80 1973-76 2006-08 2008-11 1981-84 2003-05 1978-81 1967-68

Total Offense/Game (minimum 7 games)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

330.7 208.6 175.9 163.8 162.5

Martin Hankins (23 games) Brian Babin (34 games) John Gregory (8 games) Brian Young (25 games) Robbie Mahfouz (11 games)

All Purpose Yards

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

4,967 Jerry Butler 3,989 Jay Lucas 3,591 Horace Belton 3,178 Mack Boatner 3,096 Steve Keller 2,795 Simmie Yarborough 2,652 Andre Cryer 2,603 Ray Perkins 2,582 Ted Glaser 2,539 Robert Hicks

2003-04 2005-09 1985 2010-12 1981

Year Player Total Rush Rec PR 1949 Jerry Zimmerman 678 338 198 5 1950 Ridley Boudreaux 784 407 73 77 1951 Ridley Boudreaux 607 275 46 187 1952 EdWelch 736 669 -3 0 1953 Don Marino 678 433 0 138 1954 Don Marino 1,028 861 24 141 1955 Pete Morere 618 319 14 33 1956 Russell Gautreaux 542 359 27 89 1957 Frank Bourgeois 752 478 71 18 1958 C.J.Alexander 998 576 64 47 1959 C.J.Alexander 1,073 748 29 27 1960 Wilbur Derrick 614 465 0 102 1961 Billy Ladner 1,094 502 87 78 1962 Fred Runte 404 95 10 33 1963 Charles Hayes 541 354 68 23 1964 Ellis Johnson 680 531 53 0 1965 Harry Nunez 565 426 19 0 1966 CharlesWhitney 846 454 116 26 1967 Duane Floyd 626 0 626 0 1968 Ted Glaser 1,001 643 57 20 1969 Steve Keller 996 0 0 579 1970 Ted Glaser 1,112 1,038 74 0 1971 Don Short 637 386 29 18 1972 Bobby Hill 919 40 525 71 1973 Horace Belton 575 360 86 0 1974 Horace Belton 1,126 1,061 65 0 1975 Horace Belton 1,218 1,168 20 0

KR IR Avg/G 137 0 67.8 222 5 78.4 99 0 60.7 70 0 81.8 107 0 75.3 2 0 114.2 252 0 61.8 67 0 60.2 185 0 83.6 311 0 110.9 260 9 119.2 47 0 61.4 211 216 109.4 266 0 44.9 77 19 60.1 40 56 75.6 120 0 62.8 240 10 94.0 0 0 69.6 281 0 100.1 337 80 99.6 0 0 111.2 204 0 57.9 283 0 83.5 129 0 63.9 0 0 112.6 30 0 110.7

Year 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Player Total Rush Rec PR RogersWilson 788 746 42 0 HerbieWilliams 738 594 144 0 Tommy Calandro 588 506 82 0 Robert Hicks 912 571 0 0 Mack Boatner 825 767 58 0 Mack Boatner 911 720 191 0 Jerry Butler 1,384 902 133 0 Jerry Butler 1,408 980 158 0 Jerry Butler 1,559 1,092 160 0 Jeff Sinegal 652 481 123 0 Ray Perkins 981 701 199 0 Ray Perkins 1,622 1,148 360 0 JoshTaylor 606 0 606 0 Jay Lucas 921 684 237 0 Jay Lucas 1,724 1,239 485 0 Jay Lucas 1,344 787 557 0 Jasper Ducksworth 942 609 154 0 Brandon Collins 963 0 875 88 JordanWells 1,458 65 10 0 Xavier Roberson 874 488 20 0

KR IR Avg/G 0 0 71.6 0 0 82.0 0 0 53.5 341 0 82.9 0 0 82.5 0 0 82.8 349 0 125.8 270 0 128.0 307 0 141.7 48 0 65.2 81 0 81.8 114 0 147.5 0 0 75.8 0 0 83.7 0 0 156.7 0 0 112.0 179 0 94.2 0 0 87.5 1,383 0 132.5 366 0 79.5

1981-84 2006-08 1973-76 1978-81 1968-71 2008-11 2007-10 2003-04 1967-70 1977-80

All Purpose Yards/Game (minimum 7 games)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

130.6 117.3 115.5 115.1 113.2

Jordan Wells (12 games) Jay Lucas (34 games) Jerry Butler (43 games) C.J. Alexander (18 games) Ray Perkins (23 games)

2010-12 2006-08 1981-84 1958-59 2003-04 Jay Lucas led Southeastern in all purpose yards in each of his three seasons in Hammond and recorded a school-record 1,724 all purpose yards in 2007. He finished second in school history with 3,989 all purpose yards and is 117.3 average is second overall.

TOTAL OFFENSE (SEASON) Total Offense Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

4,221 3,386 3,226 2,929 2,722 2,514 1,922 1,886 1,863 1,788

Martin Hankins (596-4221) Martin Hankins (632-3386) Trey Willie (537-3226) Brian Young (488-2929) Brian Babin (492-2722) Brian Babin (406-2514) Nathan Stanley (391-1922) Tyler Beatty (335-1886) Brian Babin (370-1863) Robbie Mahfouz (310-1788)

2004 2003 2005 2011 2008 2009 2012 2010 2007 1981

TDs Responsible For 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

38 30 28 26 24 19 16 15 15 15 15 15 15

Martin Hankins Martin Hankins Brian Babin Brian Babin Trey Willie Brian Young Dan Brewer Johnny Wells Robbie Mahfouz Horace Belton Ray Porta Jay Lucas Tyler Beatty

2004 2003 2008 2009 2005 2011 1967 1980 1981 1974 1954 2007 2010

Total Offense/Game (minimum 5 games) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

383.7 322.6 282.2 266.3 251.4

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All Purpose Yards/Game (minimum 5 games)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

156.7 147.5 141.7 132.5 128.0

Jay Lucas (11 games) Ray Perkins (11 games) Jerry Butler (11 games) Jordan Wells (11 games) Jerry Butler (11 games)

Team Total Offense Yards (Season) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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Most Total Offense Yards Gained (Single-Game)

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Lion Football 2013 SCORING (CAREER)

Yearly SCORING Leaders (since 1949)

Total Points Scored 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

266 Jeff Turner (116 PAT, 50 FG) 202 Horace Belton (33 TD, 2 PAT) 182 Jay Lucas (30 TD, 1 PAT) 182 Simmie Yarborough (30 TD, 1 PAT) 176 Jerry Butler (29 TD, 1 PAT) 175 Seth Sebastian (85 PAT, 30 FG) 170 Jim Hall (86 PAT, 28 FG) 156 Mack Boatner (26 TD) 151 Frank Londono (52 PAT, 33 FG) 132 Felton Huggins (22 TD)

Touchdowns Scored 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

33 30 30 29 26 22 21 20 17 16

Horace Belton (31 rush, 2 rec) Jay Lucas (22 rush, 8 rec) Simmie Yarborough (30 rec) Jerry Butler (28 rush, 1 rec) Mack Boatner (25 rush, 1 rec) Felton Huggins (22 rec) Zeke Jones (20 rush, 1 rec) Ray Perkins (15 rush, 4 rec, 1 ret) David Patterson (17 rec) Ellis Johnson (15 rush, 1 rec)

Year 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974

2006-09 1973-76 2006-08 2008-11 1981-84 20102003-06 1978-81 1977-79 2003-05

1973-76 2006-08 2008-11 1981-84 1978-81 2003-05 2008-12 2003-04 1979-82 1961-64

SCORING (SEASON) Total Points Scored 1. 3. 4. 5. 8. 9. 10.

90 90 83 79 78 78 78 77 75 74 74

Horace Belton (15 TD) Jay Lucas (15 TD) Jim Hall (44 PAT, 13 FG) Jeff Turner (28 PAT, 17 FG) Jeff Turner (36 PAT, 14 FG) Felton Huggins (13 TD) Ray Perkins (13 TD) Seth Sebastian (35 PAT, 14 FG) Jeff Turner (39 PAT, 12 FG) Simmie Yarborough (12 TD, 1 PAT) Jerry Butler (12 TD, 1 PAT)

Touchdowns Scored 1. 3. 5. 7. 9. 10.

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Horace Belton (14 rush, 1 rec) Jay Lucas (12 rush, 3 rec) Ray Perkins (9 rush, 3 rec, 1 ret) Felton Huggins (13 rec) Simmie Yarborough (12 rec) Jerry Butler (11 rush, 1 rec) Mack Boatner (10 rush, 1 rec) Horace Belton (10 rush, 1 rec) Billy Ladner (6 rush, 2 rec, 2 ret) Zeke Jones (8 rush, 1 rec) Simmie Yarborough (9 rec) Jeffrey Howard (9 rec)

1974 2007 2004 2007 2009 2004 2004 2011 2008 2009 1984

Player Milton Lavigne Lou Campos Ray Billings Ridley Boudreaux Ed Welch Don Marino Huey Husser Bob Mahfouz Huey Husser Mickey Catalanotto Pete Morere Wayne Dugas C.J.Alexander C.J.Alexander Elbert Harris Billy Ladner Brent Roussell Ellis Johnson Ellis Johnson Duane Floyd Charles Whitney Dan Brewer Tommy Arbour Clell Rosetti Ted Glaser Darrell Beard Jay Lang Jay Lang Horace Belton

Points TD 48 8 24 4 30 5 30 5 30 5 26 2 31 5 18 3 18 3 18 3 36 6 24 4 50 8 50 7 30 5 66 10 26 2 32 5 48 8 32 5 40 6 36 6 26 4 38 6 42 7 24 4 25 0 33 2 90 15

XP 0 0 0 0 0 14 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 0 6 14 1 0 2 2 0 2 1 0 0 10 6 0

FG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 5 0

Year 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Player Horace Belton Raul Fernandez Frank Londono Frank Londono Mack Boatner Wilson Alvarez Mark Fritscher Mack Boatner Jerry Butler Bruce Ladner Jerry Butler David Hamilton Jeffrey Howard Jim Hall Jim Hall Jay Lucas Jay Lucas Jeff Turner Jeff Turner Seth Sebastian Seth Sebastian Xavier Roberson

Points TD 66 11 50 0 53 0 54 0 66 11 51 0 48 0 48 8 42 7 58 0 74 12 25 0 54 9 83 0 59 0 44 7 90 15 75 0 78 0 57 0 77 0 42 7

XP 0 29 17 21 0 36 27 0 0 22 1 13 0 44 29 2 0 39 36 27 35 0

FG 0 7 12 11 0 5 7 0 0 12 0 4 0 13 10 0 0 12 14 10 14 0

1974 2007 2004 2004 2009 1984 1979 1975 1961 2010 2010 2003

TEAM SCORING RECORDS (SEASON) Total Points Scored 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

425 369 344 327 311 279 279 269 250 237

2004 2003 2009 2008 2011 2005 2007 1980 1981 2010

Touchdowns Scored 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8.

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TEAM SINGLE-GAME RECORDS

Most Points Scored (Division I - since 1980)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

79, vs. Kentucky Wesleyan 69, vs. Union College 68, vs. Webber International 64, vs. Prairie View A&M 63, vs. Savannah State 59, vs. Delta State 58, vs. Mercyhurst 55, at Northeast Louisiana 54, vs. Texas College 54, vs. Central Florida

Sept. 15, 2007 Sept. 10, 2009 Oct. 18, 2003 Nov. 15, 2003 Sept. 10, 2011 Nov. 8, 1980 Oct. 16, 2004 OCt. 25, 1980 Nov. 11, 2004 Sept. 17, 1983

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Most Points Scored (since 2003) 1. 2.

24, Jay Lucas vs. Kentucky Wesleyan 19, Jeff Turner at Texas State

Most Points Scored by Kicking

1. 2. 3. 5.

19, Jeff Turner at Texas State 15, Jim Hall at Jacksonville 14, Hess Crockett vs. Webber International 14, Jeff Turner at Louisiana Tech 13, Jeff Turner vs. Sam Houston State 13, Jeff Turner vs. Kentucky Wesleyan

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EXTRA POINTS (CAREER) PAT Kicks Made 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

116 Jeff Turner (116-125) 86 Jim Hall (86-102) 85 Seth Sebastian (85-90) 52 Frank Londono (52-57) 46 Mark Fritscher (46-48) 41 Tommy Saia (41-47) 37 Wilson Alvarez (37-38) 36 Ken Bailey (36-45) 35 John Short (35-42) 35 Bruce Ladner (35-38)

2006-09 2003-06 20101977-79 1980-82 1974-75 1979-80 1954-57 1966-67 1983-84

PAT Kicks Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

125 Jeff Turner (116-125) 102 Jim Hall (86-102) 90 Seth Sebastian (85-90) 57 Frank Londono (52-57) 48 Don Marino (30-48) 48 Mark Fritscher (46-48) 47 Tommy Saia (41-47) 45 Ken Bailey (36-45) 42 John Short (35-42) 38 Bruce Ladner (35-38) 38 Wilson Alvarez (37-38)

2006-09 2003-06 20101977-79 1953-54 1980-82 1974-75 1954-57 1966-67 1983-84 1979-80

EXTRA POINTS (SEASON) PAT Kicks Made 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 8. 9.

44 Jim Hall (44-51) 39 Jeff Turner (39-41) 36 Jeff Turner (36-39) 36 Wilson Alvarez (36-37) 35 Seth Sebastian (35-37) 29 Raul Fernandez (29-30) 29 Jim Hall (29-33) 28 Jeff Turner (28-29) 27 Mark Fritscher (27-29) 27 Seth Sebastian (27-29)

2004 2008 2009 1980 2011 1976 2005 2007 1981 2010

PAT Kicks Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9.

51 Jim Hall (44-51) 41 Jeff Turner (39-41) 39 Jeff Turner (36-39) 37 Wilson Alvarez (36-37) 37 Seth Sebastian (35-37) 33 Jim Hall (29-33) 31 Don Marino (16-31) 30 Raul Fernandez (29-30) 29 Seth Sebastian (27-29) 29 Mark Fritscher (27-29) 29 Jeff Turner (28-29)

2004 2008 2009 1980 2011 2005 1954 1976 2010 1981 2007

FIELD GOALS (CAREER) Field Goals Made 1. 2. 5. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9.

50 Jeff Turner (50-68) 33 Frank Londono (33-58) 30 Seth Sebastian (30-49) 28 Jim Hall (28-45) 17 Bruce Ladner (17-32) 15 Mark Fritscher (15-24) 15 Roy Hurd (15-40) 10 Jay Lang (10-17) 9 Hess Crockett (9-13) 9 Tommy Saia (9-19)

2006-09 1977-79 20102003-06 1983-84 1980-82 1969-70 1972-74 2003 1974-75

Field Goals Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

68 Jeff Turner (50-68) 58 Frank Londono (33-58) 49 Seth Sebastian (30-49) 45 Jim Hall (28-45) 40 Roy Hurd (15-40) 32 Bruce Ladner (17-32) 24 Mark Fritscher (15-24) 19 Tommy Saia (9-19) 17 Raul Fernandez (8-17) 17 Jay Lang (10-17)

Field Goal Pct (minimum 5 attempts)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

73.5 Jeff Turner (50-68) 69.2 Hess Crockett (9-13) 66.7 David Hamilton (4-6) 62.5 Mark Fritscher (15-24) 62.2 Jim Hall (28-45) 61.2 Seth Sebastian (30-49) 58.8 Jay Lang (10-17)

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56.9 53.1 47.4

Frank Londono (33-58) Bruce Ladner (17-32) Tommy Saia (9-19)

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Field Goals Made 1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 9.

17 Jeff Turner (17-20) 14 Jeff Turner (14-21) 14 Seth Sebastian (14-21) 13 Jim Hall (13-18) 12 Jeff Turner (12-17) 12 Bruce Ladner (12-18) 12 Frank Londono (12-23) 11 Frank Londono (11-20) 10 Seth Sebastian (10-14) 10 Frank Londono (10-15) 10 Jim Hall (10-18)

1. 3. 5. 7. 10.

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Roy Hurd (8-23) Frank Londono (12-23) Seth Sebastian (14-21) Jeff Turner (14-21) Frank Londono (11-20) Jeff Turner (17-20) Bruce Ladner (12-18) Jim Hall (10-18) Jim Hall (13-18) Jeff Turner (12-17) Roy Hurd (7-17)

Most Consecutive Field Goals Made

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2007 2003 2004 2010 2008 2006 2003 1979 1985 2011 Bruce Ladner tied a then single-season, school-record with 12 field goals in 1983. Ladner currently ranks fifth in school history in field goals made (17) and is sixth in attempts (32).

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2006-09 2003 1985 1980-82 2003-06 20101972-74

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Lion Football 2013 PUNTING (CAREER) Punt Yards

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

9,437 9,120 7,665 7,538 6,963 5,838 5,456 5,013 3,978 3,919

Yearly PUNTING Leaders (since 1949)

Wayne Sullivan (229 punts) James Magruder (232) Beau Mothe (195) Jim Hall (187) Bret Wright (165) Scott Allen (156) Carl Schutz (142) Cody Samples (132) Elbert Harris (114) Nolan Gill (102)

1965-68 1975-78 2009-12 2003-06 1981-83 1977-80 1969-71 2007-08 1958-61 1972-74

Punt Attempts

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

232 229 195 187 165 156 142 132 114 113

Season 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976

James Magruder (232-9,120) Wayne Sullivan (229-9,437) Beau Mothe (195-7,665) Jim Hall (187-7,538) Bret Wright (165-6,963) Scott Allen (156-5,838) Carl Schutz (142-5,456) Cody Samples (132-5,013) Elbert Harris (114-3,978) Joe Johnson (113-3,780)

1975-78 1965-68 2009-12 2003-06 1981-83 1977-80 1969-71 2007-08 1958-61 1950-53

Average Yards/Punt (minimum 5 attempts)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

43.33 42.20 41.21 41.20 41.17 40.85 40.31 39.85 39.81 39.51

Scott Senner (63-2,730) Bret Wright (165-6,963) Wayne Sullivan (229-9,437) Noel Wilkins (44-1,813) Denny Smith (76-3,129) Cliff Stringfield (26-1,062) Jim Hall (187-7,538) Billy Ray Parnell (41-1,634) Matt McCormick (43-1,712) Beau Mothe (195-7,665)

1984 1981-83 1965-68 1949-50 1968-69 1956 2003-06 1949 20102009-12

Player No. Billy Ray Parnell 41 Ridley Boudreaux 46 Joe Johnson 46 Joe Johnson 59 Ray Porta 38 Ray Porta 16 Huey Husser 41 Cliff Stringfield 26 Bill Hawkins 37 Quentin Smith 15 Elbert Harris 42 Elbert Harris 30 Elbert Harris 39 Brent Roussell 42 Brent Roussel 47 Jerry Hollifield 51 Wayne Sullivan 64 Wayne Sullivan 58 Wayne Sullivan 50 Wayne Sullivan 57 Denny Smith 66 Carl Schutz 46 Carl Schutz 92 Nolan Gill 68 Kevin Webb 38 Kevin Webb 52 James Magruder 56 James Magruder 69

Yards Avg. Long 1,634 39.9 1,711 37.2 1,567 34.1 1,918 32.5 1,311 34.5 591 36.9 1,496 36.5 1,062 40.8 55 1,283 34.7 50 546 36.4 1,425 33.9 54 1,026 34.2 1,410 36.2 1,540 36.7 59 1,762 37.5 1,939 38.0 2,732 42.7 63 2,286 39.4 64 2,044 40.9 57 2,375 41.7 62 2,769 42.0 66 1,739 37.8 55 3,583 38.9 62 2,576 37.9 64 1,499 39.4 51 1,888 36.3 52 2,113 37.7 64 2,548 36.9 56

Season 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Player No. James Magruder 64 James Magruder 43 Scott Allen 68 Scott Allen 55 Bret Wright 23 Bret Wright 76 Bret Wright 66 Scott Senner 63 David Hamilton 77 Jim Hall 50 Jim Hall 39 Jim Hall 43 Jim Hall 55 Cody Samples 64 Cody Samples 68 Beau Mothe 65 Beau Mothe 60 Matt McCormick 36 Beau Mothe 53

Yards Avg. Long 2,706 42.3 59 1,753 40.8 65 2,552 37.5 69 1,951 35.5 51 919 40.0 66 3,121 41.1 63 2,923 44.3 66 2,730 43.3 61 2,866 37.2 64 2,093 41.9 65 1,485 38.1 58 1,800 41.9 58 2,160 39.3 57 2,368 37.0 55 2,645 38.9 58 2,484 38.2 62 2,292 38.2 65 1,494 41.5 61 2,305 43.5 60

PUNTING (SEASON) Punt Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

3,583 3,121 2,923 2,866 2,769 2,732 2,730 2,706 2,645 2,576

Carl Schutz (92 punts) Bret Wright (76) Bret Wright (66) David Hamilton (77) Denny Smith (66) Wayne Sullivan (64) Scott Senner (63) James Magruder (64) Cody Samples (68) Nolan Gill (68)

1971 1982 1983 1985 1969 1965 1984 1977 2008 1972

Punt Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 8. 10.

92 77 76 69 68 68 68 66 66 65

Carl Schutz (92-3,583) David Hamilton (77-2,866) Bret Wright (76-3,121) James Magruder (69-2,548) Scott Allen (68-2,552) Cody Samples (68-2,645) Nolan Gill (68-2,576) Bret Wright (66-2,923) Denny Smith (66-2,769) Beau Mothe (65-2,484)

1971 1985 1982 1976 1979 2008 1972 1983 1969 2009

Average Yards/Punt (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

49.57 44.29 43.49 43.33 42.69 42.28 41.95 41.86 41.86 41.67

Noel Wilkins (14-694) Bret Wright (66-2,923) Beau Mothe (53-2,305) Scott Senner (63-2,730) Wayne Sullivan (64-2,732) James Magruder (64-2,706) Denny Smith (66-2,769) Jim Hall (43-1,800) Jim Hall (50-2,093) Wayne Sullivan (57-2,375)

1950 1983 2012 1984 1965 1977 1969 2005 2003 1968

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1971 1985 1978 1982 1972

Average Yards/Punt (Season) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

43.04 42.69 42.28 42.15 41.86

(68-2,927) (64-2,732) (64-2,706) (66-2,782) (43-1,800)

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51.5, Jim Hall at Northern Colorado Sept. 17, 2005 50.5, Beau Mothe at UAB Oct. 6, 2012 49.0, Jim Hall at New Mexico State Aug. 31, 2006 46.7, Matt McCormick at Stephen F. Austin Nov. 12, 2011 45.5, Beau Mothe at Lamar Sept. 29, 2012

Most Punts Downed Inside 20 (since 2003)

1. 2. 3.

6, Cody Samples vs. Stephen F. Austin 5, Beau Mothe at Northwestern State 4, Jim Hall vs. Arkansas-Monticello 4, Matt McCormick at Stephen F. Austin 4, Beau Mothe vs. Texas State

The Longest Punts

PUNTING (SINGLE-GAME)

Most Yards Punting (since 2003)

Punt Yards (Season) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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PUNT RETURNS (CAREER)

Yearly PUNT RETURN Leaders (since 1949)

Punt Return Yards

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1,380 756 586 479 414 320 307 280 279 264

Punt Returns 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9. 10.

126 72 61 40 37 34 34 34 32 30

Steve Keller (126-1380) Hubert Polk (61-756) Arlen Blackwell (30-586) Anthony Vereen (72-479) David Patterson (40-414) Brandon Collins (34-320) Ray Brown (34-307) Johnny O’Neal (27-280) Don Marino (17-279) Ridley Boudreaux (10-264)

1968-71 1950-53 1949, 54-55 1976-80 1979-82 2010-11 1983-84 1965-66 1953-54 1950-51

Steve Keller (126-1380) Anthony Vereen (72-479) Hubert Polk (61-756) David Patterson (40-414) Bobby Hill (37-146) Choni Francis (34-173) Brandon Collins (34-320) Ray Brown (34-307) Richard Foley (32-236) Arlen Blackwell (30-586)

1968-71 1976-80 1950-53 1979-82 1971-74 2003-04 2010-11 1983-84 1980-81 1949, 54-55

Average Yards/Punt Return (min. 10 att.)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

26.40 19.53 16.41 15.54 14.60 12.39 11.38 10.95 10.53 10.37

Ridley Boudreaux (10-264) Arlen Blackwell (30-586) Don Marino (17-279) Larry Troxler (13-202) Willie Rhodes (10-146) Hubert Polk (61-756) Jamaal Jackson (16-182) Steve Keller (126-1380) Jerry Hollifield (17-179) Johnny O'Neal (27-280)

1950-51 1949, 54-55 1953-54 1953-54 1957-60 1950-53 2004-05 1968-71 1963-64 1965-66

PUNT RETURNS (SEASON) Punt Return Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

579 524 367 331 295 281 242 236 232 225

Punt Returns 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 8. 9.

46 36 34 28 25 25 25 24 23 23 23

Steve Keller (46-579) Arlen Blackwell (25-524) Hubert Polk (28-367) Hubert Polk (23-331) Steve Keller (23-295) Steve Keller (23-281) Anthony Vereen (36-242) Terry Hodges (25-236) Brandon Collins (21-232) Steve Keller (34-225)

1969 1949 1950 1951 1968 1970 1978 1967 2011 1971

Steve Keller (46-579) Anthony Vereen (36-242) Steve Keller (34-225) Hubert Polk (28-367) Terry Hodges (25-236) Bobby Hill (25-75) Arlen Blackwell (25-524) Pat Mason (24-202) Steve Keller (23-295) Hubert Polk (23-331) Steve Keller (23-281)

1969 1978 1971 1950 1967 1973 1949 1974 1968 1951 1970

Average Yards/Punt Return (min. 10 att.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

20.96 15.40 14.39 13.58 13.11 12.83 12.59 12.22 11.38 11.05

Arlen Blackwell (25-524) Larry Troxler (10-154) Hubert Polk (23-331) Eric Jackson (12-163) Hubert Polk (28-367) Steve Keller (23-295) Steve Keller (46-579) Steve Keller (23-281) Jamaal Jackson (16-182) Brandon Collins (21-232)

Season 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976

Player No. Arlen Blackwell 25 Hubert Polk 28 Hubert Polk 23 Hubert Polk 10 Don Marino 13 Larry Troxler 10 Arlen Blackwell 4 Billy Honeycutt 9 Calvin Boudreaux 1 Bobby Dugas 1 Willie Rhodes 4 Wilbur Derrick 9 Joel Smith 6 Brent Roussell 4 Jerry Hollifield 12 Jerry Hollifield 5 Johnny O’Neal 9 Johnny O’Neal 18 Terry Hodges 25 Steve Keller 23 Steve Keller 46 Steve Keller 23 Steve Keller 34 Bobby Hill 12 Bobby Hill 25 Pat Mason 24 Mike Hornsby 1 AnthonyVereen 9

Yards Avg. Long TD 524 21.0 0 1 367 13.1 0 1 331 14.4 0 0 58 5.8 0 0 138 10.6 0 0 154 15.4 0 0 43 10.8 0 0 176 19.6 0 0 39 39.0 39 0 95 95.0 95 1 62 15.5 45 0 102 11.3 0 0 98 16.3 45 0 55 13.8 22 0 108 9.0 0 0 71 14.2 0 0 100 11.1 0 0 180 10.0 66 1 236 9.4 47 0 295 12.8 68 0 579 12.6 60 1 281 12.2 59 0 225 6.6 26 0 71 5.9 17 0 75 3.0 35 0 202 8.4 26 0 40 40.0 40 1 66 7.3 13 0

Longest Punt Return

95 86 75 68 67 66 65 64 60 60 60

Bobby Dugas vs. Florence State David Patterson vs. Illinois State Robert Alford at Lamar Steve Keller vs. Northwestern State Andre Cryer vs. Kentucky Wesleyan Johnny O’Neal vs. Louisiana College Don Marino vs. Louisiana College Anthony Vereen vs. Livingston Don Marino vs. Stetson Brandon Collins vs. Nicholls State Steve Keller at Youngstown State

Season 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

26.2, Robert Alford at Lamar 19.7, Jamaal Jackson vs.Alcorn State 18.5, Romaliz Mayo vs. Lambuth

Yards Avg. Long TD 137 6.8 64 1 242 6.7 17 0 89 8.9 33 0 178 8.5 22 0 80 7.3 32 0 146 9.7 23 0 207 10.9 53 0 100 6.7 49 0 69 7.7 29 0 82 4.3 14 0 91 6.1 24 0 182 11.4 45 0 29 4.8 8 0 163 13.6 54 0 96 8.7 25 0 39 5.6 15 0 88 6.8 30 0 232 11.0 60 0 99 14.1 75 1

TEAM PUNT RETURNS (SEASON)

Oct. 18, 1958 Sept. 27, 1980 Sept. 29, 2012 Nov. 23, 1968 Sept. 15, 2007 Oct. 15, 1966 Oct. 2, 1954 Oct. 15, 1977 Oct. 30, 1954 Nov. 17, 2011 Nov. 1, 1969

Punt Return Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

642 (33 returns) 615 (51) 571 (31) 444 (34) 406 (23)

1949 1969 1951 1950 1954

Punt Returns 1. 3. 4. 5.

Highest Average Gain Per Return (2 returns - since 2003)

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Player No. AnthonyVereen 20 AnthonyVereen 36 David Patterson 10 Richard Foley 21 David Patterson 11 David Patterson 15 Ray Brown 19 Ray Brown 15 Kervin Fontenette 9 Choni Francis 19 Choni Francis 15 Jamaal Jackson 16 Eric Jackson 6 Eric Jackson 12 Andre Cryer 11 Chris Wilson 7 Brandon Collins 13 Brandon Collins 21 Robert Alford 7

Sept. 29, 2012 (4-105) Sept. 10, 2005 (3-59) Sept. 4, 2003 (2-37)

51 (615 yards) 51 (402) 44 (336) 37 (321) 35 (295) 35 (250)

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PUNT RETURNS (SINGLE-GAME) Most Punt Returns 1. 2.

10 5 5 5 5

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Lion Football 2013 KICK RETURNS (CAREER)

Yearly KICK RETURN Leaders (since 1949)

Kick Return Yards

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1,494 1,489 1,471 1,266 1,167 934 769 763 736 678

Keylam Davis (68-1494) Steve Keller (69-1489) Jordan Wells (56-1471) Jerry Butler (57-1266) Andre Cryer (56-1167) Bret Brian (45-934) Ray Brown (33-769) Byron Ross (43-763) Robert Hicks (30-736) Anthony Vereen (29-678)

Kick Returns 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9.

69 68 57 56 56 45 43 36 33 33

Steve Keller (69-1489) Keylam Davis (68-1494) Jerry Butler (57-1266) Andre Cryer (56-1167) Jordan Wells (56-1471) Bret Brian (45-934) Byron Ross (43-763) Bobby Hill (36-530) Ted Glaser (33-640) Ray Brown (33-769)

1968-71 2003-07 1981-84 2007-10 2010-12 1981-82 2003-07 1971-74 1967-70 1983-84

Kick Return TDs 1. 2. 3.

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2003 2012 2004 1959-61 1977-80 1958-59 2003-04

Average Yards/Kick Return (min. 10 att.)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

33.27 32.90 29.60 26.27 25.42 25.36 24.53 24.18 23.42 23.38

Xavier Roberson (11-366 Scott Goldberg (10-329) Billy Ladner (10-296) Jordan Wells (56-1471) Marquis Powell (24-610) Jerry Joe Dunaway (11-279) Robert Hicks (30-736) Fred Runte (11-266) Donald Dykes (12-281) Anthony Vereen (29-678)

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KICK RETURNS (SEASON) 1,383 610 567 554 526 474 470 455 426 400

Jordan Wells (52-1383) Marquis Powell (24-610) Bret Brian (26-567) Keylam Davis (20-554) Steve Keller (23-526) Jeff Smiley (24-474) Ron Walker (23-470) Darnel Charrier (22-455) Ray Brown (16-426) Keylam Davis (18-400)

2011 2008 1981 2003 1970 2012 2010 1975 1983 2007

Kick Returns 1. 2. 3. 5. 7. 8. 10.

52 26 24 24 23 23 22 20 20 19 19

Jordan Wells (52-1383) Bret Brian (26-567) Marquis Powell (24-610) Jeff Smiley (24-474) Steve Keller (23-526) Ron Walker (23-470) Darnel Charrier (22-455) Andre Cryer (20-391) Keylam Davis (20-554) Bret Brian (19-367) Ted Glaser (19-359)

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KICK RETURNS (Single-Game) Most Kick Returns (since 2003) 1. 2. 4. 5.

10, Keylam Davis at Northwestern State Oct. 11, 2003 9, Jordan Wells at Northwestern State Oct. 15, 2011 9, Jordan Wells at Central Arkansas Oct. 29, 2011 8, Jordan Wells at Tulane Sept. 3, 2011 7, Xavier Roberson at Sam Houston State Nov. 3, 2012

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

282, Keylam Davis at Northwestern State 265, Jordan Wells at Central Arkansas 224, Jordan Wells at Tulane 191, Jordan Wells at Northwestern State 178, Marquis Powell vs. McNeese State

Oct. 11, 2003 (10) Oct. 29, 2011 (9) Sept. 3, 2011 (8) Oct. 15, 2011 (9) Nov. 1, 2008 (4)

Highest Average Gain Per Kick Return (2 returns)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

59.0, Xavier Roberson vs. Stephen F.Austin Nov. 10, 2012 (2-118) 51.0, Xavier Roberson at Nicholls State Nov. 15, 2012 (2-102) 44.5, Marquis Powell vs. McNeese State Nov. 1, 2008 (4-178) 38.0, Scott Goldberg at Troy State Sept. 20, 2003 (2-76) 35.5, Keylam Davis vs.Arkansas-Monticello Aug. 30, 2003 (2-71)

Season 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Player No. Robert Hicks 12 Donald Dykes 12 Robert Hicks 14 AnthonyVereen 6 Bret Brian 26 Bret Brian 19 Ray Brown 16 Ray Brown 17 Elliot Searcy 15 Keylam Davis 20 Choni Francis 10 Jamaal Jackson 12 Keylam Davis 17 Keylam Davis 18 Marquis Powell 24 Andre Cryer 20 Ron Walker 23 Jordan Wells, 52 Jeff Smiley 24

Yards Avg. Long TD 313 26.1 58 0 281 23.4 46 0 341 24.4 100 1 173 28.8 44 0 567 21.8 50 0 367 19.3 31 0 426 26.6 63 0 343 20.2 45 0 227 15.1 27 0 554 27.7 98 2 191 19.1 36 0 112 9.3 19 0 324 19.1 33 0 400 22.2 39 0 610 25.4 65 0 391 19.5 38 0 470 20.4 34 0 1,383 26.6 91 0 474 19.8 47 0

The Longest Returns

100 Robert Hicks vs. Ball State Sept. 29, 1979 98, Keylam Davis vs. Webber International Oct. 18, 2003 98 Scott Goldberg vs. Jacksonville Nov. 8, 2003 97 Keylam Davis at Northwestern State Oct. 11, 2003 96 Xavier Roberson vs. Stephen F. Austin Nov. 10, 2012 95 Billy Ladner vs. Louisiana Tech Nov. 4, 1961 94 Ray Perkins vs. Mississippi Valley Oct. 2, 2004 94 C.J. Alexander vs. East Texas State Sept. 26, 1959 91 Jordan Wells at Central Arkansas Oct. 29, 2011 88 Xavier Roberson at Nicholls State Nov. 15, 2012

TEAM KICK RETURN RECORDS (SEASON) Kick Return Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1,549 (65 returns) 1,341 (61) 1,276 (59) 1,255 (60) 1,089 (56)

2011 2008 2003 2012 2007

Kick Returns

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

65 (1,549 yards) 61 (1,341) 60 (1,255) 59 (1,276) 56 (1,089)

2011 2008 2012 2003 2007

Average Yards/Kick Return 1. 24.00 (18-432) 2. 23.83 (65-1,549)

1961 2011

2003 2004 2003 1961 1958 1979

Average yards/kick return (min. 10 att.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

26.08 25.92 25.42 24.36 24.18

Yards Avg. Long TD 137 22.8 0 0 222 24.7 0 0 99 19.8 0 0 181 22.6 0 0 107 17.8 0 0 109 21.8 0 0 252 22.9 0 0 67 16.8 0 0 185 23.1 0 0 311 25.9 94 1 260 18.6 30 0 122 20.3 0 0 211 35.2 95 1 266 24.2 0 0 173 21.6 0 0 192 21.3 0 0 120 20.0 0 0 266 20.5 56 0 359 18.9 60 0 361 20.1 31 0 337 22.5 39 0 526 22.9 45 0 265 20.4 29 0 283 15.7 32 0 160 20.0 35 0 277 18.5 33 0 455 20.7 37 0 278 18.5 33 0

2011 1981 2008 2012 1970 2010 1975 2009 2003 1982 1967

Kick Return TDs 1. 2.

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Player No. Jerry Zimmerman 6 Ridley Boudreaux 9 Ridley Boudreaux 5 Elden Shuff 8 Don Marino 6 Larry Troxler 5 Pete Morere 11 Russell Gautreaux 4 Frank Bourgeois 8 C.J.Alexander 12 C.J.Alexander 14 Kenneth Dyer 6 Billy Ladner 6 Fred Runte 11 Jerry Hollifield 8 JimmyVidrine 9 Harry Nunez 6 Johnny O’Neal 13 Ted Glaser 19 Steve Keller 18 Steve Keller 15 Steve Keller 23 Steve Keller 13 Bobby Hill 18 Dale Halladay 8 Alex Clark 15 Darnel Charrier 22 Dean Waguespack 15

Most Kick Return Yards (since 2003)

Kick Return Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Season 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976

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Defensive Records

Southeastern Louisiana

INTERCEPTIONS (CAREER)

Yearly INTERCEPTION Leaders (since 1949)

Interception return yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

270 198 168 161 145 135 126 113 110 103

Billy Ladner (9-270) Kurt Griffon (11-198) Kervin Fontenette (4-168) Billy Andrews (7-161) Jerry Joe Dunaway (9-145) Duriel Adams (11-135) Courtney Favorite (2-126) Curtis Strong (6-113) Charlie Martin (2-110) Dick Covington (14-103)

1959-61 1981-84 1983-85 1963-66 1961-64 2003-06 2003-04 2006, 08-10 1952 1967-70

Interceptions 1. 2. 3. 4. 7. 9.

14 13 12 11 11 11 10 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 9

Dick Covington (14-103) Tim Whaley (13-22) Anthony Vereen (12-96) Kurt Griffon (11-198) Duriel Adams (11-135) David Lesage (11-59) Robert Alford (10-82) Kerry Duplessis (10-53) Re'Keem Wilson (10-45) Billy Ladner (9-270) Jerry Joe Dunaway (9-145) John Klumpp (9-98) Ormando Whitlock (9-81) Ronnie Hornsby (9-81) Tommy Connors (9-77)

1967-70 1982-85 1976-80 1981-84 2003-06 1965-68 2008-12 1970-72 2007-10 1959-61 1961-64 1974-76 1978-81 1967-70 2006-10

Interception return TDs 1. 2.

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Season 1949 1950 1951 1952 1956 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974

Player No. Arlen Blackwell 5 BillYeager 4 Lou Campos 6 Rodney Ledet 2 Tony Misita 2 Walt Andrew 2 Charlie Martin 2 Cliff Stringfield 3 Billy Ladner 2 Elbert Harris 3 Wayne Kozan 3 Billy Ladner 5 Monty Crook 6 Jerry Joe Dunaway 5 Jerry Hollifield 5 Billy Andrews 4 DavidVenable 2 Charles Whitney 2 Dick Covington 3 Terry Hodges 3 David Lesage 4 Johnny Daigle 6 Leslie Hymel 5 Kerry Duplessis 8 Mike Scioneaux 3 David Barrios 3 Mike Klein 3 John Hughes 4 Nish Weddigton 4

Yards Long TD 37 - 0 3 - 0 67 - 0 18 - 0 20 - 0 13 - 0 110 92 1 43 - 0 19 - 0 64 - 0 27 - 0 216 98 1 59 - 0 44 - 0 44 - 0 75 33 0 50 50 1 10 - 0 23 - 0 36 - 0 50 24 0 42 33 0 65 19 0 53 - 0 63 54 1 30 22 0 101 69 1 73 - 1 75 - 1

Season 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Player No. Nish Weddington 4 Dale Halladay 5 Bobby Morse 6 AnthonyVereen 5 Cleve Adams 4 AnthonyVereen 3 Ormando Whitlock 3 John Farlow 4 Tim Whaley 4 Sterling Joseph 4 Kurt Griffon 4 Tim Whaley 8 David Daniels 3 Vernon Russell 3 Jarred Jenkins 3 Duriel Adams 4 Duriel Adams 5 Tommy Connors 4 Re’Keem Wilson 4 Re’Keem Wilson 6 Robert Alford 5 Robert Alford 4

Yards Long TD 54 - 0 54 - 0 41 - 0 66 28 0 33 28 0 30 30 0 22 22 0 22 22 0 7 4 0 67 - 1 72 - 1 14 - 0 2 2 0 29 29 1 56 32 1 2 4 0 110 64 0 36 26 0 31 31 0 14 7 0 64 64 1 5 3 0

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INTERCEPTIONS (SEASON) Interception return yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

216 168 126 110 110 101 93 89 84 82

Billy Ladner (5-216) Kervin Fontenette (3-168) Courtney Favorite (2-126) Duriel Adams (5-110) Charlie Martin (2-110) Mike Klein (3-101) Jerry Joe Dunaway (3-93) Marquis Powell (2-89) Billy Andrews (2-84) Curtis Strong (2-82)

1961 1985 2003 2005 1952 1972 1964 2008 1964 2009

Interceptions 1. 3. 8.

8 8 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5

Kerry Duplessis (8-53) Tim Whaley (8-14) Lou Campos (6-67) Monty Crook (6-59) Johnny Daigle (6-42) Bobby Morse (6-41) Re'Keem Wilson (6-14) Billy Ladner (5-216) Duriel Adams (5-110) Steve Keller (5-80) Robert Alford (5-64)

1971 1985 1951 1962 1969 1977 2010 1961 2005 1969 2011

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2008

Longest Interception Returns 100 98 93 92 78 76 76 69 64 64 64 64

Kervin Fontenette vs. Nicholls State Billy Ladner vs. Florence State Courtney Favorite vs. Prarie View A&M Charlie Martin vs. Northeast Louisiana Frank Bryant at Stephen F.Austin Billy Andrews vs. Northeast Louisiana Willie Shepherd vs.Western Kentucky Mike Klein vs. McNeese State Robert Alford at Central Arkansas Curtis Strong vs. Union College Duriel Adams at Mississippi Valley John Hughes vs. Northeast Louisiana

Nov. 23, 1985 Oct. 14, 1961 Nov. 15, 2003 Sept. 22, 1951 Nov. 12, 2011 Oct. 24, 1964 Sept. 29, 1984 Nov. 11, 1972 Oct. 29, 2011 Sept. 10, 2009 Nov. 19, 2005 Oct. 20, 1973

TEAM INTERCEPTION RECORDS (Season) Interception Return Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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Interception Return TDs 1. 2.

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FUMBLE RETURNS (SEASON) Fumble return yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2003 1952 1984 2008 2007 1972 1983 1978

FUMBLE RETURNS (CAREER) 102 95 48 44 40 36 27 25 22 18

Quinten Pierre (3-102) Cliff Stringfield (1-95) Tommy Connors (3-48) Jarred Jenkins (1-44) Rudy Johnson (1-40) Michael Johnson (2-36) George Leverette (1-27) T’Darryl Grays (1-25) Josh Golding (2-22) Kenneth Dunagin (1-18)

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Fumble return yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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Lion Football 2013 Yearly TACKLE Leaders (since 1970) Season 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Player Total Solo Ast. Ronnie Hornsby 135 93 42 Records not found - - Records not found - - Alan Klein 99 75 24 Alan Klein 132 80 52 Mike Hornsby 111 65 46 Wayne Faul 141 68 73 James Williams 81 44 37 Ferman Gautier 93 48 45 Laverne Lee 71 44 27 Marc Stubbs 113 62 51 Ormando Whitlock 104 69 35 Russell Schmidt 88 63 25 Kennie Plain 108 61 47 Johnny Boudreaux 124 65 59 Leonard Parker 143 88 55 Marvin Jones 101 61 40 Marvin Jones 95 66 29 Damien Huren 66 45 21 Demoris Hardiman 70 28 42 Mark Newbill 83 57 26 Tommy Connors 108 79 29 Mark Newbill 110 81 29 Mark Newbill 107 69 38 Tyler Stoddard 90 50 40 Tay Alford 90 53 37 Kaleb Muse 80 49 31

Mark Newbill led Southeastern in tackles three times in his four-year career and finished as the Lions’ all-time leader with 401 tackles. His 34 tackles for loss are the third-most in school history and his eight quarterback sacks are ranked tied for seventh.

Tackles for loss

DEFENSE (CAREER) Total tackles (U-A) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

401 368 355 308 285 266 262 247 231 213

Mark Newbill (281-120) Wayne Faul (214-154) Tommy Connors (269-86) Willie Shepherd (229-79) Mike Hornsby (162-123) Ormando Whitlock (166-100) Ryan Godare (174-88) Herman Colly (143-104) Alan Klein (155-76) Mark Millet (141-72)

2007-10 1974-77 2006-10 1982-85 1973-75 1978-81 2007-10 1977-80 1972-74 1980-82

Tackles for loss

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8. 10.

39.0 37.5 35.5 32.5 32.5 28.0 28.0 27.0 27.0 26.5

Willie Shepherd Devan Walker Derrick Mincey Mark Newbill Damien Huren Herman Colly Wayne LeBlanc Sterling Joseph Albert Chapman Jay Skidmore

1982-85 2008-12 2003-05 2007-10 2004-05 1977-80 1975-78 1980-83 1978-81 2003-06

Quarterback sacks

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9.

17.0 16.0 15.0 12.0 11.0 9.0 9.0 8.0 7.0 7.0

Damien Huren Derrick Mincey Devan Walker Willie Shepherd Jay Skidmore Nathan Clophus Rudy Johnson Mark Newbill Steven Honore Dwaine Morris

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1984 2004 1978 2003 1982 1978

Quarterback sacks 1. 2. 6.

12.0 7.0 7.0 7.0 7.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

Damien Huren Devan Walker Dwaine Morris Willie Shepherd Derrick Mincey Jason Thibodeaux Steven Honore Cole Passman Brett Beard Josh Golding

2004 2012 1984 1984 2004 1984 2008 1984 2003 2003

INDIVIDUAL DEFENSE (SINGLE-GAME) Most tackles (since 2003) 1. 2. 6.

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Mark Newbill vs. Nicholls State Ricky Irvin at McNeese State Keiron Jones at Stephen F.Austin Mark Newbill vs. Stephen F.Austin Mark Newbill at Louisiana-Monroe Tommy Connors vs. Stephen F.Austin Michael Ducksworth at Texas State

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Damien Huren vs. Northern Colorado Oct. 9, 2004 Quinton Foster vs. Lamar Sept. 18, 2010 Damien Huren at Sam Houston State Nov. 5, 2005 Derrick Mincey vs.Arkansas-Monticello Aug. 30, 2003 Derrick Mincey vs. Northern Colorado Oct. 9, 2004

TEAM DEFENSE (SINGLE-GAME) 1. 2.

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Sept. 15, 1979 Sept. 29, 2012 Aug. 30, 2007 Nov. 12, 2011 Sept. 10, 2005 Sept. 11, 2010 Sept. 15, 2007

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Southeastern Louisiana

SINGLE GAME

Widest Margin of Victory 75 (Southeastern 75, Jones County JC 0, 1932) Most Points Scored 79 vs. Kentucky Wesleyan (2007) Widest Margin of Defeat 70 (Sam Houston State 70, Southeastern 0, 2012) Highest Combined Score 114 (Northwestern State 87, Southeastern 27, 2003) Most Net Yards Rushing 537, vs. Delta State (1974) Most Passes Attempted 72, vs. Jacksonville (2004) Most Passes Competed 59, vs. Jacksonville (2004) Most Net Yards Passing 588, vs. Arkansas-Monticello (2004) Most Touchdown Passes 7, vs. Webber International (2003) Most Passes had Intercepted 7, vs. Northwestern State (1983) Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed -19, vs. Alabama State (1961) Fewest Passing Yards Allowed -3, vs. Southwestern Louisiana (1954) Most Passes Intercepted 7, vs. Murray State (1979) Most Yards Total Offense 695, at Jacksonville (2004) Most First Downs Rushing 24, vs. Southwestern Louisiana (1961) 24, vs. Florence State (1961) Most First Downs Passing 25, vs. Mercyhurst (2004) Most First Downs by Penalty 7, at Northwestern State (2003) Most Total First Downs 38, vs. Mercyhurst (2004) Most Kick Return Yards 282, at Northwestern State (2003) Most Quarterback Sacks 12, vs. Northern Colorado (2004)

SINGLE SEASON

Most Points Scored Most Points Yielded Most Touchdowns Scored Fewest Points Scored Fewest Points Yielded Total Offense Yards Most Yards Rushing Most Touchdowns Rushing Most Passes Attempted Most Passes Completed Most Yards Passing Most Touchdowns Passing Most Passes had Intercepted Most First Downs Rushing Most First Downs Passing Most First Downs by Penalty Most Total First Downs Most Kick Return Yards Most Kick Returns Most Tackles For Loss Most Quarterback Sacks Most Passes Intercepted Most Yards Penalized Most Consecutive Wins Most Consecutive Losses

425 (2004, 11 games) 415 (2011, 11 games) 56 (2004) 26 (1930, 5 games) 40 (1946, 9 games); 19* (1936, 9 games) 5,908 (2004) 2,985 (1954) 26 (1960, 1974) 621 (2003) 383 (2004) 4,488 (2004) 38 (2004) 25 (1983) 136 (1961) 194 (2004) 41 (2003) 300 (2004) 1,549 (2011) 65 (2011) 111 (1978) 36 (1984, 2004) 27 (1951, 1969) 946 (2012) 13 (Sept. 18, 1954 - Oct. 8, 1955) 15 (Nov. 1970 - Sept. 1972)

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SINGLE-GAME SCORING Most Points Scored 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

79, vs. Kentucky Wesleyan (79-7) 75, vs. Jones County JC (75-0) 71, vs. Troy State (71-0) 69, vs. Union College (69-20) 68, vs. Webber International (68-10) 68, vs. Bolivar Kemp Camp (68-0) 65, vs. Southwest Mississippi JC (65-0) 64, vs. Prairie View (64-10) 63, vs. Savannah State (63-6) 62, vs. Stetson (62-0)

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Most Points Allowed 1. 2. 3. 6. 7. 8, 10.

87, at Northwestern State (87-27) 70, at Sam Houston State (0-70) 62, at Kansas (62-0) 62, at Texas Tech (62-0) 62, at Missouri (10-62) 58, vs. McNeese State (58-20) 57, at Sam Houston State (57-7) 55, at Central Arkansas (55-29) 55, at Southwest Texas (55-15) 54, vs. Pearl River JC (54-0)

2003 2012 2007 2006 2012 2003 2010 2011 1985 1931

Most Points Combined 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9.

114, at Northwestern State (L, 87-27) 101, at Texas State (W, 51-50, OT) 97, vs. Northeast Louisiana (W, 50-47) 93, at Stephen F. Austin (L, 48-45) 89, vs. Union College (W, 69-20) 86, vs. Lamar (L, 48-38) 86, vs. Kentucky Wesleyan (W, 79-7) 86, at Gardner-Webb (L, 52-34) 85, at Northeast Louisiana (W, 55-30) 85, vs. Pensacola Navy (W, 52-33)

2003 2009 1981 2008 2009 2011 2007 2004 1980 1966

Largest Margin Victory 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9. 10.

75, vs. Jones County JC (75-0) 72, vs. Kentucky Wesleyan (79-7) 71, vs. Troy State (71-0) 68, vs. Boliver Kemp Camp (68-0) 62, vs. Stetson (62-0) 58, vs. Webber International (68-10) 58, vs. Northeast Louisiana (58-0) 58, vs. Clark College (58-0) 57, vs. Savannah State (63-6) 54, vs. Prairie View (64-10) 54, vs. Jones County JC (54-0)

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Largest Margin Defeat 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

70, at Sam Houston State (0-70) 62, at Kansas (62-0) 62, at Texas Tech (62-0) 60, at Northwestern State (87-27) 54, vs. Pearl River JC (54-0) 52, at Missouri (10-62) 50, at Sam Houston State (57-7) 49, vs. Northwestern State (49-0) 49, at UAB (3-52) 46, at Southern Miss (52-6) 46, at Ole Miss (52-6) 46, vs. Southwest Mississippi JC (46-0)

27, at Northwestern State (27-0) 24, vs. McNeese State (37-13) 22, at Stephen F. Austin (45-23) 21, vs. Texas State (49-28) 19, at Nicholls State (35-16)

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Largest Southland Defeat (since 2005) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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Most Losses - Season

Largest Southland Victory (since 2005) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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Coach: R. Norval Garrett Amite High Bogalusa High Southwest Mississippi JC Independence High Jesuit High

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7-0 6-19 0-46 13-0 0-27

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Coach: A.L. “Red” Swanson 10/3 at Louisiana-Lafayette Pearl River JC Jones County JC Southwest Mississippi JC Louisiana-Monroe Loyola Frosh

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Coach: Lloyd Stovall 9/16 Louisiana-Lafayette LSU Frosh Tulane Frosh 10/7 at Northwestern State Loyola Frosh Lamar Louisiana-Monroe Southwest Mississippi JC Arkansas A&M Louisiana Tech

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Coach: Lloyd Stovall (3-6-1) St. Mary's (Texas) 9/20 at Louisiana-Lafayette West Alabama 10/4 at Northwestern State Southern Miss Sam Houston State Pensacola Navy Murray State Louisiana Tech Louisiana-Monroe

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Coach: Jesse Fatheree 9/19 Louisiana-Lafayette St. Mary's (Texas) Southern Miss Troy Louisiana Tech 11/1 Northwestern State Louisiana-Monroe Louisiana College Delta State

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1942 (5-5-0)

1936 (8-0-1)

Coach: A.L. "Red" Swanson LSU Frosh 9/25 at Northwestern State Louisiana-Monroe Pearl River JC Southwest Mississippi JC Loyola Frosh 11/6 at Louisiana-Lafayette Jones County JC East Miss. JC

L 6-18 H W 6-0 W 47-6 W 31-6 W 12-6 W 12-0 W 25-0 L 0-2 L 12-14 W 18-7

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T 6-6 A W 26-2 A L 7-40 A L 12-14 A W 33-13 H L 18-20 H L 0-23 H W 30-6 N L 0-35 H

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1940 (3-6-1)

1934 (7-3-0)

Louisiana Intercollegiate Conference Champions Coach: E.L. "Ned" McGehee Louisiana College W 18-0 H Louisiana-Lafayette W 27-13 H Merchant Marines W 61-6 H Northwestern State (HC) W 13-0 H-HC at Mississippi College W 14-0 A at Louisiana Tech W 22-14 A Jacksonville State W 40-0 H at Southern Miss W 20-0 A at Milligan College * W 21-13 A * - Burley Bowl

1947 (3-5-1)

L 0-8 H L 0-19 L 0-19 L 0-6 A W 44-0 W 20-7 T 0-0 W 65-0 W 48-14 T 0-0

1939 (7-3-0)

1933 (7-3-0)

Coach: A.L. "Red" Swanson Southwest Mississippi JC 9/22 at Louisiana-Lafayette LSU Frosh East Mississippi JC Clark College Jones County JC Bolivar Kemp Camp Loyola Frosh East Central Miss. JC Northwest Miss. JC

L 7-13 W 19-0 W 52-7 W 20-12 W 7-0 W 6-0 L 10-13 T 0-0 W 46-0 W 54-0 W 20-14

1938 (4-4-2)

1932 (3-5-0)

Coach: A.L. "Red" Swanson Southwest Mississippi JC LSU Frosh 9/30 at Louisiana-Lafayette Pearl River JC Jones County JC Louisiana-Monroe Loyola Frosh 11/24 at Miami (Fla.)

1946 (9-0-0)

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7-0 H 8-14 H 14-0 A 12-19 H 0-49 H 28-6 A 13-19 A 7-7 A 0-27 A 7-26 H

1949 (4-5-1, 1-2-1 GSC) Coach: E.L. "Ned" McGehee 9/17 West Alabama 9/24 at Louisiana College * 10/1 Louisiana-Lafayette * 10/8 at Tulane 10/15 Northwestern State * 10/29 Pensacola Navy 11/5 Louisiana Tech * (HC) 11/12 Jacksonville State 11/19 at LSU 11/23 at Delta State` * - Gulf States Conference game

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41-12 0-0 20-27 0-40 25-13 14-0 14-20 20-14 7-48 7-19

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1950 (6-4-0, 1-2-0 GSC)

Coach: E.L. "Ned" McGehee at Troy W Louisiana College * L at Louisiana-Lafayette * L 10/17 at Auburn W at Stephen F. Austin L Southern Miss W Northwestern State * (HC) W at Pensacola Navy W at Louisiana Tech L Delta State W * - Gulf States Conference game

18-7 A 13-14 H 0-6 A 6-0 A 0-21 A 7-0 H 28-14 H 21-13 A 0-14 A 20-7 H

1951 (7-3-0, 5-0-0 GSC) Coach: Stan Galloway 9/22 at Louisiana-Monroe 9/29 Louisiana-Lafayette* 10/6 at Louisiana College* 10/13 Stephen F. Austin 10/20 at Southern Miss 10/27 at Northwestern State* 11/ 2 Troy 11/10 Louisiana Tech* (HC) 11/17 at McNeese State* 11/24 at Tulane * - Gulf States Conference game

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1952 (6-1-2, 3-0-2 GSC)

Gulf States Conference Champions Coach: Stan Galloway 9/20 Louisiana-Monroe W 9/27 at Louisiana-Lafayette * T 10/4 Louisiana College * W 10/11 at Stephen F. Austin W 10/18 Southern Miss L 10/25 Northwestern State * (HC) W 11/8 at Louisiana Tech * T 11/15 McNeese State * W 11/22 at Memphis State W * - Gulf States Conference game

1958 (4-5-0, 2-3-0 GSC) 21-20 13-13 7-0 21-7 12-20 19-0 7-7 13-0 28-25

Coach: Stan Galloway 9/20 at Louisiana-Lafayette * 9/27 Texas A&M-Commerce 10/11 at Southern Miss 10/18 at North Alabama 10/25 at Louisiana-Monroe * 11/8 at Louisiana Tech * 11/15 McNeese State * (HC) 11/22 Northwestern State * 11/29 at Tampa * - Gulf States Conference game

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Gulf States Conference Champions Coach: Stan Galloway 9/19 at Louisiana-Monroe * W 9/26 Louisiana-Lafayette * W 10/3 at Louisiana College * W 10/10 Stephen F. Austin W 10/17 at Southern Miss L 10/31 at Northwestern State * W 11/7 Louisiana Tech * (HC) L 11/14 at McNeese State * W 11/21 at Memphis State L * - Gulf States Conference game

28-0 39-13 14-6 35-0 0-7 27-19 0-12 20-0 7-20

Coach: Stan Galloway 9/18 Louisiana-Lafayette * 9/26 at Texas A&M-Commerce 10/10 at Southern Miss 10/17 at North Alabama 10/24 at Louisiana-Monroe * 10/31 at Tampa 11/7 Louisiana Tech * (HC) 11/14 at McNeese State * 11/21 at Northwestern State * * - Gulf States Conference game

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14-6 20-35 6-33 40-7 8-22 6-10 7-6 0-7 19-0

Coach: Stan Galloway 9/26 at Texas A&M-Commerce 10/3 at Louisiana-Lafayette * 10/9 Louisiana College 10/24 Louisiana-Monroe * 11/7 at Louisiana Tech * 11/14 McNeese State * (HC) 11/21 at Northwestern State * 11/26 at Chattanooga 12/4 Frederick College * - Gulf States Conference game

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Gulf States Conference Champions Coach: Stan Galloway 9/18 Louisiana-Monroe * W 9/25 at Louisiana-Lafayette * W 10/2 Louisiana College * W 10/16 at Southern Miss W 10/23 at Arkansas State W 10/30 at Stetson W 11/6 Louisiana Tech * W 11/13 McNeese State * W 11/20 Northwestern State * (HC) W * - Gulf States Conference game

58-0 32-0 46-0 13-7 51-0 62-0 35-24 50-6 32-6

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18-13 10-21 6-26 28-21 27-6 33-8 0-14 8-20 15-13

Coach: Pat Kenelly 9/18 at Southern Miss 10/2 Louisiana-Lafayette* 10/9 Samford 10/16 at Louisiana College 10/23 at Louisiana-Monroe* 11/6 Louisiana Tech* (HC) 11/13 at McNeese State* 11/20 Northwestern State* 11/27 Appalachian State * - Gulf States Conference game

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40-0 20-0 27-7 13-7 0-33 12-21 7-46 0-21 7-10 27-20

20-10 7-0 40-0 9-0 32-6 26-0 28-12 14-17 21-6 7-0

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1956 (6-3-0, 4-1-0 GSC)

Gulf States Conference Champions Coach: Stan Galloway (6-3, 4-1 GSC) 9/15 Louisiana-Monroe * W 35-0 9/22 at Louisiana-Lafayette * W 42-0 9/29 Louisiana College W 20-0 10/6 Tampa W 40-6 10/13 at Southern Miss L 14-21 10/27 at Trinity L 7-14 11/3 at Louisiana Tech * L 6-12 11/10 McNeese State * W 34-0 11/17 Northwestern State * (HC) W 20-15 * - Gulf States Conference game

Coach: Pat Kenelly 9/23 at Southern Miss 9/30 at Lamar 10/7 Trinity 10/14 Louisiana-Lafayette * 10/21 at Louisiana-Monroe * 10/28 Pensacola Navy 11/4 Louisiana Tech * (HC) 11/11 at McNeese State * 11/18 Northwestern State * * - Gulf States Conference game

27-0 20-6 39-0 7-5 33-6 7-0 27-3 34-14 8-21 19-0

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Coach: Pat Kenelly 9/14 Howard Payne 9/21 Southern Miss 10/5 at Louisiana-Lafayette * 10/12 at Arkansas State 10/19 at Pensacola Navy 10/26 Louisiana-Monroe * (HC) 11/2 at Trinity 11/9 at Louisiana Tech * 11/16 McNeese State * 11/23 at Northwestern State * * - Gulf States Conference game

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26-0 21-6 27-7 25-7 13-12 15-27 21-15 6-19 19-21

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1969 (5-5-0, 2-3-0 GSC) Coach: Pat Kenelly 9/20 at Southern Miss 9/27 Lamar 10/4 Louisiana-Lafayette * 10/11 Trinity 10/18 Pensacola Navy 10/25 at Louisiana-Monroe * 11/1 at Youngstown State 11/8 Louisiana Tech * (HC) 11/15 at McNeese State * 11/22 Northwestern State * * - Gulf States Conference game

1963 (4-4-1, 3-2-0 GSC)

1957 (2-6-1, 1-3-1 GSC)

13-15 6-35 7-14 49-0 14-13 52-33 6-13 12-28 24-27

1968 (4-6-0, 2-3-0 GSC)

1962 (6-3-0, 3-2-0 GSC) Coach: Stan Galloway 9/15 Corpus Christi 9/21 at Louisiana-Lafayette * 9/28 Tampa 10/12 North Alabama 10/20 Louisiana-Monroe * 11/3 at Louisiana Tech * 11/10 McNeese State * (HC) 11/17 at Northwestern State * 11/22 at Chattanooga * - Gulf States Conference game

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1967 (4-5-0, 2-3-0 GSC)

Gulf States Conference Champions Coach: Stan Galloway 9/16 Louisiana-Lafayette * W 9/23 at Texas A&M-Commerce W 9/29 Corpus Christi W 10 6 Pensacola Navy W 10/14 at North Alabama W 10/21 at Louisiana-Monroe * W 10/28 Tampa W 11/4 Louisiana Tech * (HC) W 11/11 at McNeese State * L 11/18 Northwestern State * W * - Gulf States Conference game

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L 0-15 A W 13-0 H W 13-7 H W 23-7 A W 14-6 A L 14-16 H L 8-12 A L 22-38 H W 54-6 H

Coach: Pat Kenelly 9/24 Southern Miss 10/1 at Louisiana-Lafayette * 10/8 at Trinity 10/15 Louisiana College 10/22 Louisiana-Monroe * 10/29 at Pensacola Navy 11/5 at Louisiana Tech * 11/12 McNeese State * (HC) 11/19 at Northwestern State * * - Gulf States Conference game

1961 (9-1-0, 4-1-0 GSC)

1955 (5-5-0, 4-2-0 GSC)

8-22 12-7 35-7 20-10 7-28 7-2 37-21 0-21 26-0

1966 (3-6-0, 1-4-0 GSC)

Gulf States Conference Champions Coach: Stan Galloway 9/17 at Louisiana-Lafayette * W 9/24 Texas A&M-Commerce W 9/30 Corpus Christi W 10/8 Pensacola Navy W 10/15 North Alabama W 10/22 Louisiana-Monroe * W 10/29 at Tampa W 11/5 at Louisiana Tech * L 11/12 McNeese State * (HC) W 11/19 at Northwestern State * W * - Gulf States Conference game

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1965 (5-4-0, 2-3-0 GSC)

1960 (9-1-0, 4-1-0 GSC)

1954 (9-0-0, 6-0-0 GSC)

Coach: Stan Galloway 9/21 Louisiana-Lafayette * 9/28 Texas A&M-Commerce 10/12 Southern Miss 10/19 at North Alabama 10/26 at Louisiana-Monroe * 11/2 at Tampa 11/9 Louisiana Tech * (HC) 11/16 at McNeese State * 11/23 at Northwestern State * * - Gulf States Conference game

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1959 (5-4-0, 3-2-0 GSC)

1953 (6-3-0, 5-1-0 GSC)

Coach: Stan Galloway 9/17 at Louisiana-Monroe * 9/24 Louisiana-Lafayette * 10/1 at Louisiana College * 10/8 at Tampa 10/15 Southern Miss 10/22 Arkansas State 10/29 Trinity 11/5 Louisiana Tech * (HC) 11/12 at McNeese State * 11/19 Northwestern State * * - Gulf States Conference game

1964 (6-3-0, 4-1-0 GSC)

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Lion Football 2013 1970 (3-7-0, 1-4-0 GSC) Coach: Pat Kenelly 9/19 at Louisiana-Lafayette * 9/26 Arkansas State 10/3 Troy 10/10 Pensacola Navy 10/17 at Trinity 10/24 Louisiana-Monroe * (HC) 10/31 Youngstown State 11/7 at Louisiana Tech * 11/14 McNeese State * 11/21 at Northwestern State * * - Gulf States Conference game

1976 (9-1-1, 6-1-1 GSC)

Coach: Billy Brewer 9/4 UT Martin * W 9/11 at North Alabama * T 9/25 at Cameron W 10/2 at Jacksonville State * W 10/9 Troy * W 10/16 at West Alabama * L 10/23 Louisiana-Monroe W 10/30 Mississippi College * (HC) W 11/6 Delta State * W 1 W 11/13 vs. Nicholls State * 11/20 Northwestern State W *- Gulf South Conference game 1 - at Louisiana Superdome (New Orleans, La.)

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6-17 3-12 12-21 16-3 9-17 17-20 50-27 24-21 15-21 14-22

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12-20 6-7 0-13 6-31 14-20 17-24 0-3 9-24 7-28 0-31 6-14

A 16,000 H 8,900 A 9,000 A 5,500 H 7,200 H 4,000 A 8,300 H 7,200 H 3,500 A 13,000 H 2,500

1971 (0-11-0, 0-6-0 GSC) Coach: Pat Kenelly 9/12 at Eastern Kentucky 9/19 Louisiana-Lafayette 9/26 at Marine Corps 10/2 at Troy * 10/9 Jacksonville State * 10/16 Trinity * 10/23 at Louisiana-Monroe * 10/30 Louisiana Tech * (HC) 11/6 Abilene Christian * 11/13 at McNeese State 11/20 Northwestern State * - Gulf South Conference game

1972 (3-8-0, 2-4-0 GSC) Coach: Roland Dale 9/9 Eastern Kentucky 9/16 at Louisiana-Lafayette 9/23 at Abilene Christian 9/30 Nicholls State * 10/7 Troy * 10/14 at Jacksonville State * 10/21 Louisiana-Monroe * 10/28 Louisiana Tech 11/4 Delta State * (HC) 11/11 McNeese State 11/18 at Northwestern State * *- Gulf South Conference game

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0-10 7-30 14-10 31-9 20-19 7-10 9-34 0-21 7-24 13-31 3-6

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7,500 14,623 7,012 8,000 8,000 3,000 6,000 11,000 7,200 4,500 1,000

1973 (4-6-0, 3-4-0 GSC) Coach: Roland Dale 9/8 North Alabama * 9/15 at McNeese State 9/22 at West Alabama * 9/29 Nicholls State * 10/6 at Troy * 10/13 Jacksonville State * 10/20 at Louisiana-Monroe 10/27 Louisiana Tech (HC) 11/3 at Delta State * 11/17 Northwestern State * * - Gulf South Conference game

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26-0 10-40 0-11 10-0 0-24 11-10 17-0 7-26 10-14 14-21

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7,000 12,000 3,500 8,500 6,000 6,000 8,500 8,500 2,500 5,000

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21-17 44-13 27-21 10-22 35-25 23-8 13-34 41-7 0-10 3-40

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8,300 7,000 7,500 8,800 9,100 9,000 16,700 7,800 9,000 2,000

28-15 7-23 31-10 7-38 7-26 13-43 49-19 28-33 10-19 6-14 31-6

H 8,500 A 6,200 H 8,600 H 8,100 A 4,000 A 2,000 H 4,500 H 7,300 A 7,300 N 20,000 H 2,500

1974 (6-4-0, 5-3-0 GSC) Coach: Billy Brewer 9/14 at North Alabama * 9/21 UT Martin * 9/28 West Alabama * 10/5 at Jacksonville State * 10/12 Troy * 10/26 Louisiana-Monroe (HC) 11/2 at Louisiana Tech 11/9 Delta State * 11/16 at Nicholls State * 11/23 at Northwestern State * * - Gulf South Conference game

1975 (4-7-0, 2-6-0 GSC)

Coach: Billy Brewer 9/13 North Alabama * W 9/20 at UT Martin * L 9/27 Cameron W 10/4 Jacksonville State * (HC) L 10/11 at Troy * L 10/18 at West Alabama * L 10/25 Louisiana-Monroe W 11/1 Louisiana Tech L 11/8 at Delta State * L L 11/15 vs. Nicholls State * 1 11/22 Northwestern State * W * - Gulf South Conference Game 1 - at Louisiana Superdome (New Orleans, La.)

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H 7,000 A 6,200 A 3,000 A 8,000 H 8,500 A 7,000 H 8,500 H 7,800 H 5,000 N 20,000 H 4,000

Coach: Billy Brewer 9/17 at Sam Houston State 9/24 North Alabama * 10/1 Jacksonville State * 10/8 at Troy * 10/15 West Alabama * 10/22 at Louisiana-Monroe 10/29 Mississippi College * (HC) 11/5 at Delta State * 11/12 at Nicholls State * 11/19 Northwestern State *- Gulf South Conference game

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20-0 7-29 10-14 15-17 30-3 19-24 23-6 10-7 17-14 38-21

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3,000 8,000 7,000 7,000 5,000 8,000 7,000 2,000 4,100 2,000

Coach: Billy Brewer 9/2 Texas State L 9/16 Sam Houston State W 9/23 at North Alabama * T 9/30 at Jacksonville State * L 10/7 Troy * W 10/14 West Alabama * (HC) W 10/21 at Louisiana-Monroe W 10/28 at Mississippi College * W 11/4 Delta State * W W 11/11 vs. Nicholls State * 1 11/18 at Northwestern State L * - Gulf South Conference game 1 - at Louisiana Superdome (New Orleans, La.)

0-7 12-0 7-7 7-10 45-7 33-0 25-21 13-10 34-3 10-0 12-13

H 6,000 H 6,500 A 6,800 A 9,500 H 7,500 H 7,800 A 8,850 A 6,450 H 6,000 N 10,000 A 5,100

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7-10 19-11 7-14 7-17 0-24 33-7 3-31 13-0 30-7 38-0 34-14

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20,000 10,000 8,000 16,013 6,500 7,000 8,325 7,500 2,931 4,000 4,000

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Coach: Oscar Lofton 9/3 Mississippi College 9/10 McNeese State 9/17 Central Florida 9/24 Texas A&M-Commerce 10/1 at Western Kentucky 10/8 at Troy 10/15 at Texas Southern 10/22 Louisiana-Monroe (HC) 10/29 Jackson State 11/12 at Northwestern State 11/19 at Nicholls State

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10-16 0-23 54-28 31-23 27-7 34-15 20-7 13-16 9-7 7-23 0-6

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5,500 6,000 5,000 5,000 10,000 5,000 4,800 7,500 7,500 4,150 2,000

Coach: Oscar Lofton 9/1 Louisiana Tech 9/8 at McNeese State 9/15 Mississippi College 9/29 Western Kentucky 10/6 at Sam Houston State * 10/13 at Louisiana-Monroe 10/20 Texas State * 10/27 Stephen F. Austin * (HC) 11/3 at Missouri State 11/10 Northwestern State * 11/17 at Nicholls State * * - Gulf Star Conference game

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9-17 7-28 6-7 28-0 3-28 15-30 7-10 21-21 30-24 14-34 7-36

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6,000 19,000 5,000 5,500 4,200 20,222 5,500 7,000 3,780 4,000 10,015

Coach: Oscar Lofton 9/7 McNeese State 9/13 at Central Florida 9/21 Mississippi College 9/28 at Louisiana Tech 10/5 at Chattanooga 10/12 Sam Houston State * 10/19 Louisiana-Monroe (HC) 11/2 at Stephen F. Austin * 11/9 at Texas State * 11/16 Northwestern State * 11/23 Nicholls State * * - Gulf Star Conference game

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7-16 21-27 30-34 7-40 7-27 13-24 19-17 12-27 15-55 20-14 17-21

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7,500 7,142 6,000 18,224 9,148 5,500 8,000 3,000 6,012 4,500 7,500

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22-17 H 9,708 22-10 H 9,708 35-41 A 4,856 0-28 A 19,889 17-38 A 11,762 20-58 H 9,758 27-87 A 10,192 68-10 H 9,013 27-33 A 1,431 24-27 A 4,000 43-23 H 9,758 64-10 H 8,432

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17-13 7-3 28-21 17-16 10-21 47-6 55-30 59-13 35-20 14-16

A 21,342 H 8,500 A 6,622 A 10,592 H 8,500 H 2,500 A 17,203 H 7,000 A 5,425 A 3,000

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31-24 7-0 10-35 33-24 14-51 22-21 13-10 50-47 21-16 28-27 17-29

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1981 (8-3-0)

Coach: Oscar Lofton 9/5 at Texas Southern 9/12 at Louisiana-Lafayette 9/19 at Texas State 9/26 at Stephen F. Austin 10/3 Jackson State 10/10 at Troy 10/17 UT Martin (HC) 10/24 Louisiana-Monroe 10/31 Northwestern State 11/7 at Southern 11/14 Nicholls State

17-7 24-14 10-35 21-34 21-7 31-0 0-42 13-30 19-26 9-31 14-20

1985 (2-9-0, 1-4-0 GSC)

1979 (6-5-0)

Note: First year as Division I Coach: Oscar Lofton (8-2) 9/13 at Boise State 9/20 East Tennessee State 9/27 at Illinois State 10/4 at Jackson State 10/11 Troy 10/18 Texas Southern (HC) 10/25 at Louisiana-Monroe 11/8 Delta State 11/15 at Nicholls State 11/22 at Northwestern State

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1978 (7-3-1, 5-1-1 GSC)

Coach: Billy Brewer 9/8 at McNeese State 9/15 at Murray State 9/22 Texas State 9/29 at Ball State 10/6 at Troy 10/13 Northwestern State 10/20 at East Tennessee State 10/27 Louisiana-Monroe (HC) 11/3 at Delta State 11/10 Nicholls State 11/17 Mississippi College

Coach: Oscar Lofton (4-7) 9/11 at McNeese State 9/18 at Central Florida 9/25 Stephen F. Austin 10/2 Texas State 10/9 Troy (HC) 10/16 Texas Southern 10/23 at Louisiana-Monroe 10/30 at Jackson State 11/6 Southern 11/13 at Northwestern State 11/20 at Nicholls State

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2004 (7-4)

Coach: Hal Mumme 9/2 Arkansas-Monticello 9/11 at #6 McNeese State 9/18 at Texas State 9/25 #24 Sam Houston State 10/2 Mississippi Valley State 10/9 Northern Colorado (HC) 10/16 Mercyhurst 10/30 Alcorn State 11/6 at Jacksonville 11/11 Texas College 11/20 at Gardner-Webb

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Southeastern Louisiana

2005 (4-6, 2-4 SLC)

Coach: Dennis Roland 9/10 Alcorn State W 48-21 H 7,823 9/17 at Northern Colorado L 19-35 A 6,885 L 21-28 N 16,826 10/1 vs. Tulane 1 10/8 #14 Texas State * L 15-30 H 6,374 10/15 at #23 Northwestern State * L 10-31 A 11,137 10/22 #20 McNeese State * W 37-13 H 6,082 10/29 at Stephen F. Austin * W 45-23 A 9,867 11/5 at Sam Houston State * L 18-35 A 7.235 11/12 #25 Nicholls State * (HC) L 28-38 H 9,108 11/19 at Mississippi Valley State W 38-21 A 2,030 * - Southland Conference game 1 - at Tiger Stadium (Baton Rouge, La.)

2006 (2-9, 1-5 SLC)

Coach: Dennis Roland (2-6)/Mike Lucas (0-3) 8/31 at New Mexico State L 15-30 9/9 at Southern Miss L 0-45 9/16 Jacksonville (Fla.) W 41-13 9/23 at Texas Tech L 0-62 9/30 Gardner-Webb L 21-28 10/7 at Nicholls State * L 10-14 10/14 Northwestern State * W 31-24 (ot) 10/21 at Texas State * L 17-38 10/28 Stephen F. Austin * (HC) L 10-35 11/4 at McNeese State * L 13-34 11/11 Sam Houston State * L 23-28 * - Southland Conference game

A 15,561 A 28,258 H 6,677 A 52,913 H 5,122 A 8,411 H 6,453 A 13,321 H 6,428 A 9,834 H 5,125

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12,682 43,914 5,395 17,611 3,460 8,029 4,373 15,153 9,981 6,404 5,122

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A 20,258 H 5,320 H 4,217 A 15,285 H 4,650 A 7,457 H 5,720 A 10,110 H 3,951 A 7,108 A 4,980

Coach: Mike Lucas 9/3 at Tulane 9/10 Savannah State 9/17 at Southern Miss 9/24 at #18 McNeese State * 10/1 Lamar * 10/15 at Northwestern State * 10/22 Texas State 10/29 at Central Arkansas * 11/5 #4 Sam Houston State * 11/12 at Stephen F. Austin * 11/17 Nicholls State * * - Southland Conference game

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15,912 4,974 27,433 12,455 5,104 10,285 4,137 10,543 4,871 6,841 4,942

Coach: Ron Roberts 9/1 at Missouri 9/8 South Dakota State 9/13 at UT Martin 9/22 #17 McNeese State * 9/29 at Lamar * 10/6 at UAB 10/13 Northwestern State * 10/27 #14 Central Arkansas * 11/3 at #4 Sam Houston State * 11/10 Stephen F. Austin * 11/15 at Nicholls State *

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Overall Homecoming record - 26-23-1 1946 Southeastern 40, Jacksonville State 0 1947 Louisiana Tech 19, Southeastern 13 1948 Northwestern State 49, Southeastern 0 1949 Louisiana Tech 20, Southeastern 14 1950 Southeastern 28, Northwestern State 14 1951 Southeastern 19, Louisiana Tech 7 1952 Southeastern 19, Northwestern State 0 1953 Louisiana Tech 12, Southeastern 0 1954 Southeastern 32, Northwestern State 6 1955 Louisiana Tech 21, Southeastern 0 1956 Southeastern 20, Northwestern State 15 1957 Louisiana Tech 21, Southeastern 14 1958 Southeastern 7, McNeese State 6 1959 Louisiana Tech 14, Southeastern 0 1960 Southeastern 21, McNeese State 6 1961 Southeastern 34, Louisiana Tech 14 1962 Southeastern 21, McNeese State 15 1963 Southeastern 15, Louisiana Tech 7 1964 Southeastern 7, McNeese State 2 1965 Louisiana Tech 16, Southeastern 14 1966 McNeese State 28, Southeastern 12 1967 Southeastern 27, Louisiana Tech 21 1968 Northeast Louisiana 13, Southeastern 0 1969 Louisiana Tech 25, Southeastern 24 1970 Louisiana-Monroe 20, Southeastern 17 1971 Louisiana Tech 24, Southeastern 9 1972 Delta State 24, Southeastern 7 1973 Louisiana Tech 26, Southeastern 7 1974 Southeastern 23, Louisiana-Monroe 8 1975 Jacksonville State 38, Southeastern 7 1976 Southeastern 34, Mississippi College 20 1977 Southeastern 23, Mississippi College 6 1978 Southeastern 33, West Alabama 0 1979 Southeastern 13, Louisiana-Monroe 0 1980 Southeastern 47, Texas-Southern 6 1981 Southeastern 13, UT Martin 10 1982 Southeastern 21, Troy 7 1983 Louisiana-Monroe 16, Southeastern 13 1984 Southeastern 21, Stephen F. Austin 21 1985 Southeastern 19, Louisiana-Monroe 17 2003 Southeastern 68, Webber International 10 2004 Southeastern 26, Northern Colorado 13 2005 Nicholls State 38, Southeastern 28 2006 Stephen F. Austin 35, Southeastern 10 2007 Sam Houston State 20, Southeastern 16 2008 Southeastern 26, Northwestern State 21 2009 Southeastern 37, Sam Houston State 21 2010 McNeese State 13, Southeastern 10 2011 Sam Houston State 38, Southeastern 9 2012 Central Arkansas 34, Southeastern 14

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Homecoming Results (Since 1946)

Season Opener Listing

2009 (6-5, 4-3 SLC)

Coach: Mike Lucas 9/5 Texas A&M-Commerce 9/10 Union College (Ky.) 9/19 at #5 Ole Miss 9/26 at South Dakota 10/10 at Texas State * 10/17 Sam Houston State * (HC) 10/24 at #11 McNeese State * 10/31 #12 Central Arkansas * 11/6 at Northwestern State * 11/13 #15 Stephen F. Austin * 11/18 Nicholls State * * - Southland Conference game

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1975 North Alabama 1976 UT Martin 1977 Sam Houston State 1978 Texas State 1979 McNeese State 1980 Boise State 1981 Texas Southern 1982 McNeese State 1983 Mississippi College 1984 Louisiana Tech 1985 McNeese State 2003 Arkansas-Monticello 2004 Arkansas-Monticello 2005 Alcorn State 2006 New Mexico State 2007 New Mexico State 2008 Alcorn State 2009 Texas A&M-Commerce 2010 Tulane 2011 Tulane 2012 Missouri

2012 (5-6, 5-2 SLC)

2008 (5-7, 2-5 SLC)

Coach: Mike Lucas 8/30 at Alcorn State 9/6 at Mississippi State 9/13 South Dakota 9/20 at Louisiana Tech 9/27 North Dakota 10/4 at Stephen F. Austin * 10/18 Northwestern State * (HC) 10/25 at #13 Central Arkansas * 11/1 #16 McNeese State 11/8 Texas State * 11/15 at Sam Houston State * 11/22 at Nicholls State * * - Southland Conference game

Coach: Mike Lucas 9/2 at Tulane 9/11 UT Martin 9/18 Lamar 9/25 at Louisiana-Monroe 10/9 Texas State * 10/16 at Sam Houston State * 10/23 McNeese State * (HC) 10/30 at Central Arkansas * 11/6 Northwestern State * 11/13 at Stephen F. Austin * 11/18 at Nicholls State * * - Southland Conference game

2011 (3-8, 1-6 SLC)

2007 (3-8, 2-5 SLC)

Coach: Mike Lucas 8/30 at New Mexico State 9/8 at Kansas 9/15 Kentucky Wesleyan 9/22 at Tulane 10/6 Stephen F. Austin * 10/13 at Northwestern State * 10/20 Central Arkansas * 10/27 at #5 McNeese State * 11/3 at Texas State * 11/10 Sam Houston State * (HC) 11/17 Nicholls State * * - Southland Conference game

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Lion Football 2013 Team Abilene Christian Alabama-Birmingham (UAB) Alcorn State Amite High School Appalachian State Arkansas-Monticello 1 Arkansas State Auburn Bogalusa High School Boise State Bolivar Kemp Camp Cameron Camp Beauregard Centenary Central Arkansas Central Florida (UCF) Clarke College Corpus Christi Decatur JC Delta State East Central Mississippi JC East Mississippi JC East Tennessee State Eastern Kentucky Eglin (AAF) Frederick College Gardner-Webb Henderson State Howard Payne Incarnate Word Illinois State Independence HS Jackson State Jacksonville (Fla.) Jacksonville State Jesuit High School Jones County JC Kansas Kentucky Wesleyan Lamar Lambuth Louisiana College Louisiana-Lafayette 2 (ULL) Louisiana-Monroe 3 (ULM) LSU LSU Frosh Louisiana Tech Louisville Loyola Frosh Marines Corps McNeese State Memphis Merchant Marines Mercyhurst College Miami (Fla.) Milligan College Mississippi Mississippi College Mississippi State Mississippi Valley State Missouri Missouri State 4 Murray State

Record 1st Game Last Game Team Record 1st Game Last Game 1-1-0 1947 1972 New Mexico State 0-2-0 2006 2007 0-1-0 2012 2012 Nicholls State 10-12-0 1972 2012 5 9-1-2 1957 1978 2-2-0 2003 2008 North Alabama North Dakota 1-0-0 2008 2008 1-0-0 1930 1930 Northern Colorado 1-1-0 2004 2005 1-0-0 1965 1965 3-0-0 1938 2004 Northwestern State 27-29-0 1935 2012 2-3-0 1938 1970 Northwest Mississippi JC 1-0-0 1933 1933 1-0-0 1950 1950 Orlando, Fla. 1-0-0 1937 1937 0-1-0 1930 1930 Pearl River JC 2-2-1 1931 1937 1-0-0 1980 1980 Pensacola Navy 10-2-1 1937 1970 1-0-0 1933 1933 Perkinston JC 1-0-0 1939 1939 2-0-0 1975 1976 Prairie View A&M 1-0-0 2003 2003 1-0-0 1942 1942 Rollins College 1-0-0 1935 1935 1-0-0 1947 1947 St. Mary’s (Calif.) 0-1-0 2003 2003 1-5-0 2007 2012 St. Mary’s (Texas) 0-2-0 1940 1941 1-1-0 1963 1965 2-1-0 1982 1985 Samford 6 Sam Houston State 4-10-0 1940 2012 1-0-0 1933 1933 Savannah State 1-0-0 2011 2011 4-0-0 1960 1963 South Dakota 1-1-0 2008 2009 1-0-0 1942 1942 South Dakota State 0-1-0 2012 2012 8-5-0 1937 1980 Southeast Missouri First Meeting 2013 2-0-0 1933 1934 Southern 1-1-0 1981 1982 2-1-0 1933 1936 7 3-19-0 1940 2011 Southern Mississippi 1-1-0 1979 1980 Southwest Mississippi JC 9-1-0 1930 1939 1-3-0 1947 1972 Spring Hill 1-0-0 1939 1939 1-0-0 1948 1948 State Tech-Hattiesburg 1-0-0 1934 1934 1-0-0 1964 1964 Stephen F. Austin 6-9-1 1950 2012 0-2-0 2004 2006 Stetson 1-0-0 1954 1954 0-1-0 2003 2003 Tampa 7-1-0 1955 1962 1-0-0 1968 1968 Tennessee-Chattanooga 0-3-0 1962 1985 First Meeting 2013 Tennessee-Martin 4-2-0 1974 2012 1-0-0 1980 1980 8 4-4-1 1957 2009 Texas A&M-Commerce 1-0-0 1930 1930 Texas-Arlington 0-1-0 1963 1963 2-2-0 1980 1983 Texas Christian (TCU) First Meeting 2013 3-0-0 2003 2006 Texas College 1-0-0 2004 2004 4-6-1 1946 1978 Texas Southern 4-0-0 1980 1983 0-1-0 1930 1930 Texas State 9 3-12-0 1978 2011 5-0-1 1931 1939 Texas Tech 0-1-0 2006 2006 0-1-0 2007 2007 Trinity 3-5-0 1955 1971 1-0-0 2007 2007 11-8-0 1941 2003 Troy 10 5-3-0 1937 2012 Tulane 0-6-0 1949 2011 1-0-0 2003 2003 Tulane Frosh 1-1-0 1937 1938 12-2-1 1941 1966 17-18-3 1931 1981 Union (Ky.) College 1-0-0 2009 2009 30-15-2 1931 2010 Webber International 1-0-0 2003 2003 11 0-1-0 1949 1949 7-3-0 1939 1978 West Alabama Western Kentucky 2-0-0 1983 1984 3-4-0 1932 1938 1-1-0 1969 1970 7-28-2 1938 2008 Youngstown State 12 Totals 317-290-17 1930 2010 0-1-0 1947 1947 7-2-0 1931 1939 * - 2013 opponents in bold 0-1-0 1971 1971 16-22-0 1951 2012 ALL-TIME OPPONENT NOTES 2-1-0 1942 1953 1 - Arkansas-Monticello formerly called Arkansas A&M 1-0-0 1946 1946 2 - Louisiana-Lafayette formerly called Southwestern Louisiana 1-0-0 2004 2004 3 - Louisiana-Monroe formerly called Northeast Louisiana 0-3-0 1932 1935 4 - Missouri State formerly called Southwest Missouri 2-0-1 1946 1948 5 - North Alabama formerly called Florence State 0-1-0 2009 2009 6 - Samford formerly called Howard College 5-3-0 1946 1985 7 - Southern Mississippi formerly called Mississippi Southern 0-1-0 2008 2008 8 - Texas A&M-Commerce formerly called East Texas State 2-0-0 2004 2005 9 - Texas State formerly called Southwest Texas 0-1-0 2012 2012 10 - Troy formerly called Troy State 1-0-0 1984 1984 11 - West Alabama formerly called Livingston 2-1-0 1939 1979 12 - Youngstown State formerly called Youngstown University

Most Common Opponents

Future Schedules 2014 (12 games)

School Games Played Northwestern State 56 Louisiana-Monroe 47 McNeese State 38 Louisiana-Lafayette 38 Louisiana Tech 37 Nicholls State 22 Southern Mississippi 22 Troy 19 Stephen F. Austin 16 Louisiana College 15 Texas State 15 Sam Houston State 14 Delta State 13 Pensacola Navy 13 North Alabama 12 Jacksonville State 11 West Alabama 10

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ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM (0-1-0) 2012 Birmingham

ALCORN STATE (2-2-0) 2003 Lorman 2004 Hammond 2005 Hammond 2008 Lorman

AMITE HIGH (1-0-0) 1930 Unknown

APPALACHIAN STATE (1-0-0) 1965 Hammond

ARKANSAS-MONTICELLO (3-0-0) 1938 Unknown 2003 Hammond 2004 Hammond

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AUBURN (1-0-0) 1950 Auburn

BALL STATE (0-1-0) 1979 Muncie

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1946 Hammond 1948 Jacksonville 1949 Hammond 1971 Hammond 1972 Jacksonville 1973 Hammond 1974 Jacksonville 1975 Hammond 1976 Jacksonville 1977 Hammond 1978 Jacksonville

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2007 Hammond

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HOWARD PAYNE (1-0-0) 1968 Hammond

ILLINOIS STATE (1-0-0) INDEPENDENCE HIGH (1-0-0) 1930 Unknown

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DECATUR (MISS.) JC (1-0-0)

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CENTRAL FLORIDA (2-1-0) 1982 Orlando 1983 Hammond 1985 Orlando

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58-14

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0-7 7-26 0-2

McNEESE STATE (16-22-0)

0-6 0-19 11-0 6-0 6-0 7-13 0-19

LOYOLA FROSH (7-2-0) 1931 Unknown 1932 Unknown 1933 Unknown 1934 Unknown 1935 Unknown

1971 Quantico

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LOUISIANA TECH (7-28-2) 1938 Unknown 1940 Unknown 1941 Unknown 1942 Unknown 1946 Ruston 1947 Hammond 1948 Ruston 1949 Hammond 1950 Ruston 1951 Hammond 1952 Ruston 1953 Hammond 1954 Hammond 1955 Hammond 1956 Ruston 1957 Hammond 1958 Ruston 1959 Hammond 1960 Ruston 1961 Hammond 1962 Ruston 1963 Hammond 1964 Ruston 1965 Hammond 1966 Ruston 1967 Hammond 1968 Ruston 1969 Hammond 1970 Ruston 1971 Hammond 1972 Ruston 1973 Hammond 1974 Ruston 1975 Hammond 1984 Hammond 1985 Ruston 2008 Ruston

1936 Unknown 1937 Unknown 1938 Unknown 1939 Unknown

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MEMPHIS (2-1-0) 1942 Unknown 1952 Memphis 1953 Memphis

MERCHANT MARINES (1-0-0) 1946 Hammond

MERCYHURST COLLEGE (1-0-0) 2004 Hammond

MIAMI (Fla.) (0-3-0) 1932 Miami 1934 Miami 1935 Miami

1946 1947 1948

Johnson City Johnson City Johnson City

1946 Clinton 1976 Hammond

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23-6 13-10 34-14 10-16 6-7 30-34

MISSISSIPPI STATE (0-1-0) 2008 Starkville

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10-34

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE (2-0-0) 2004 Hammond 2005 Itta Bena

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10-62

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12-14 41-0 19-11

MISSOURI (0-1-0) 2012 Columbia

MISSOURI STATE (1-0-0) 1984 Springfield

MURRAY STATE (2-1-0) 1939 Unknown 1940 Unknown 1979 Murray

NEW MEXICO STATE (0-2-0) 2006 2007

Las Cruces Las Cruces

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15-30 14-35

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21-19 40-7 28-21 32-6 33-6 25-7 26-0 21-17 28-15 28-28 7-29 7-7

NICHOLLS STATE (10-12-0) 1972 Hammond 1973 Hammond 1974 Thibodaux 1975 New Orleans 1976 New Orleans 1977 Thibodaux 1978 New Orleans 1979 Hammond 1980 Thibodaux 1981 Hammond 1982 Thibodaux 1983 Thibodaux 1984 Thibodaux 1985 Hammond 2005 Hammond 2006 Thibodaux 2007 Hammond 2008 Thibodaux 2009 Hammond 2010 Thibodaux 2011 Hammond 2012 Thibodaux

North Alabama (9-1-2) 1957 Florence 1958 Florence 1959 Florence 1960 Hammond 1961 Florence 1962 Hammond 1973 Hammond 1974 Florence 1975 Hammond 1976 Florence 1977 Hammond 1978 Florence

NORTHERN COLORADO (1-1-0) 2004 Hammond 2005 Greeley

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1932 Unknown 1934 Unknown 1935 Unknown 1936 Unknown 1937 Unknown

26-13 19-35

NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI JC (1-0-0) 1933 Unknown

W

57-20

1935 Hammond 1936 Natchitoches 1938 Natchitoches 1939 Hammond 1940 Natchitoches 1941 Hammond 1942 Natchitoches 1946 Hammond 1947 Natchitoches 1948 Hammond 1949 Natchitoches 1950 Hammond 1951 Natchitoches 1952 Hammond 1953 Natchitoches 1954 Hammond 1955 Hammond 1956 Hammond 1957 Natchitoches 1958 Hammond 1959 Natchitoches 1960 Natchitoches 1961 Hammond 1962 Natchitoches 1963 Hammond 1964 Natchitoches 1965 Hammond 1966 Natchitoches 1967 Hammond 1968 Natchitoches 1969 Hammond 1970 Natchitoches 1971 Hammond 1972 Natchitoches 1973 Hammond 1974 Natchitoches 1975 Hammond 1976 Hammond 1977 Hammond 1978 Natchitoches 1979 Hammond 1980 Natchitoches 1981 Hammond 1982 Natchitoches 1983 Natchitoches 1984 Hammond 1985 Hammond 2003 Natchitoches 2005 Natchitoches 2006 Hammond 2007 Natchitoches 2008 Hammond 2009 Natchitoches 2010 Hammond 2011 Natchitoches 2012 Hammond

1937 Unknown 1939 Unknown 1940 Unknown 1942 Unknown 1949 Hammond 1950 Pensacola 1960 Hammond 1961 Hammond 1966 Pensacola 1967 Hammond 1968 Pensacola 1969 Hammond 1970 Hammond

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6-52

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1937 Unknown

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7-0

1939 Unknown

2003 Hammond

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64-10

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27-33

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6-27 0-28

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0-7 13-7

ROLLINS COLLEGE (1-0-0) 1935 Unknown

St. MARY’S (Calif.) (0-1-0) 2003 Moraga

St. MARY’S (Texas) (0-2-0) 1940 Unknown 1941 Unknown

SAMFORD (1-1-0) 1963 Birmingham 1965 Hammond

SAM HOUSTON STATE (4-10-0) 1940 Unknown 1977 Huntsville 1978 Hammond 1984 Huntsville 1985 Hammond 2004 Hammond 2005 Huntsville 2006 Hammond 2007 Hammond 2008 Huntsville 2009 Hammond 2010 Huntsville 2011 Hammond 2012 Huntsville